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Clara Ekekenta
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Feb 28, 2024 ⋅ 13 min read

Implementing JWT authentication in Laravel 10

Clara Ekekenta Software Engineer and perpetual learner with a passion for OS and expertise in Python, JavaScript, Go, Rust, and Web 3.0.

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18 Replies to "Implementing JWT authentication in Laravel 10"

  1. Thanks, appreciate the effort to run a quick example – will be using jst for a mobile application and this is perfect for a quick start to get the auth out of the way.

  2. I followed the tutorial and it works great, except that my todo endpoints are not protected at all. Every todo endpoint works fine without the Bearer token. 🙁

  3. how to prevent access api/todos after runing api logout with message like this
    return response()->json([
    ‘status’ => ‘error’,
    ‘message’ => ‘Unauthorized’
    ]);

  4. Is there a way to authenticate only with a token and not to first need to login with user/pass credentials? Here i see the login method needs the credentials. So whether JWT, Sanctum or Passport…i always need to login with credentials.

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