A minimal token authentication package inspired by Laravel Sanctum.
Requires a working Laravel app with a database connection, a queue worker and a cache store like redis or memcached.
composer require glesys/butler-auth php artisan vendor:publish --tag=butler-auth-migrations php artisan migrate
Butler\Auth\Models\Contracts\HasAccessTokenson your consumer model.
Butler\Auth\Models\Concerns\HasAccessTokenson your consumer model.
$token = $consumer->createToken(abilities: ['*'], name: 'my token')->plainTextToken;
Because of the caching that occurres when fetching access tokens, it is important to delete tokens through the model and not in the database directly.
// Delete access token by ID AccessToken::find($id)->delete(); // Delete all tokens for a consumer $consumer->tokens->map->delete();
// If "butler" is configured as your default guard Route::view('/protected', 'protected')->middleware('auth'); // Or specify the guard Route::view('/protected', 'protected')->middleware('auth:butler');
Pass the token in the
Authorization header as a
vendor/bin/phpunit vendor/bin/pint --test
Development happens at GitHub; any typical workflow using Pull Requests are welcome. In the same spirit, we use the GitHub issue tracker for all reports (regardless of the nature of the report, feature request, bugs, etc.).
All changes are supposed to be covered by unit tests, if testing is impossible or very unpractical that warrants a discussion in the comments section of the pull request.