HTTP authentication (Basic & Digest) including ServiceProviders for easy Laravel integration
Library to manage HTTP authentication with PHP. Includes ServiceProviders for easy Laravel integration.
The easiest way to install this package is via Composer.
Run Composer to install the package.
$ composer require intervention/httpauth
The Httpauth class is built to work with the Laravel Framework. The integration is done in seconds.
Open your Laravel config file
config/app.php and add the following lines.
$providers array add the service providers for this package.
'providers' => array( ... Intervention\Httpauth\HttpauthServiceProvider::class ),
Add the facade of this package to the
'aliases' => array( ... 'Httpauth' => Intervention\Httpauth\Facades\Httpauth::class ),
- Httpauth::__construct - Create new instance of Httpauth class
- Httpauth::make - Creates new instance of Httpaccess with given config parameters
- Httpauth::secure - Denies access for not-authenticated users
By default the authentication settings are fetched from
config/httpauth.php. Please make sure to set your own options.
If you are using Laravel 4, you can extract a configuration file to your app by running the following command:
$ php artisan config:publish intervention/httpauth
After you published the configuration file for the package you can edit the local configuration file
Here's a short explanation of the configuration directives.
Set the authentication type. Choose between `basic` and `digest` for a more secure type.
The name of the secure resource.
The name the user has to enter to login
// create a new instance of Httpauth and call secure method $auth = new Intervention\Httpauth\Httpauth; $auth->secure(); // You can change the user authentication settings in the config files // or change it at runtime like this $config = array('username' => 'admin', 'password' => '1234'); $auth = new Intervention\Httpauth\Httpauth($config); $auth->secure();
// the most simple way to secure a url is to call the secure method from a route Httpauth::secure(); // You can change the user authentication settings in the config files // or change it at runtime like this $config = array('username' => 'admin', 'password' => '1234'); Httpauth::make($config)->secure();
If you are using Apache and running php with fast-cgi, check setting headers: https://support.deskpro.com/en/kb/articles/missing-authorization-headers-with-apache
Intervention Httpauth Class is licensed under the MIT License.