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Apr 15, 2021 ⋅ 10 min read

Laravel Passport: A tutorial and example build

Samson Omojola I'm an experienced software engineer. I love creating applications with responsive, beautiful, intuitive, state-of-the-art designs. I'm skilled in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ionic, React, PHP, Laravel, and Flutter.

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5 Replies to "Laravel Passport: A tutorial and example build"

  1. I had to prepend the path to the controller in the api.php file with App\Http\Controllers\ to get it working. Otherwise I got “Target class [Auth\UserAuthController] does not exist.”

    Plus the code block for the EmployeeController misses a “<" at the beginning.

  2. “The GET method is not supported for route api/login. supported methods:post”. I don’t get this error help me to fix this..

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