paulvl/jwt-guard

JWT Guard for Laravel 5.*

v1.2.2 2017-10-16 01:08 UTC

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Last update: 2022-05-11 23:04:49 UTC


README

JWT-Guard is a Laravel package that allow authentication and authorization as a guard driver using JWT tokens.

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Quick Installation

Begin by installing this package through Composer.

You can run:

composer require paulvl/jwt-guard 1.*

Or edit your project's composer.json file to require paulvl/jwt-guard.

    "require": {
        "paulvl/jwt-guard": "1.*"
    }

Next, update Composer from the Terminal:

composer update

Once the package's installation completes, the final step is to add the service provider. Open config/app.php, and add a new item to the providers array:

Paulvl\JWTGuard\Auth\AuthServiceProvider::class,

Finally publish package's configuration file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Paulvl\JWTGuard\Auth\AuthServiceProvider"

Then the file config/jwt.php will be created.

JWT Guard

JWT driver setup!

To start using JWT drive you need to create anew guard on config/auth.php file:

...
'guards' => [
        ...
        'jwt' => [
            'driver' => 'jwt',
            'provider' => 'users',
        ],
        ...
    ],
...

You can use any Eloquent provider that you want.

Using JWT Guard

####attempt

    // Assuming you retrieve your credentials from request
    $credentials = [
        'email' => 'test@example.com',
        'password' => 'password'
    ];
    //this will return a token array
    return Auth::guard('jwt')->attempt($credentials);

blacklistToken

    //this will blacklist current jwt-token and referenced refresh token if exists
    return Auth::guard('jwt')->blacklistToken();

Using Valid JWT Middleware

if you need to validate Authentication using JWT token request just add Paulvl\JWTGuard\Auth\Middleware\ValidJwt::class to routeMiddleware on Http/Kernel.php file:

protected $routeMiddleware = [
    ...
    'valid-jwt' => \Paulvl\JWTGuard\Auth\Middleware\ValidJwt::class,
    ...
];

then if you need to verify a valid jwt-token

Route::middleware('valid-jwt:api_token')->get('/your-route', function (Request $request) {
    // any thing tha you need to protect
});

or if you need to verify a valid refresh-token

Route::middleware('valid-jwt:refresh_token')->get('/your-route', function (Request $request) {
    // your refresh action for example
});

Using Prebuild Controller

JWT-Guard includes a prebuild controller that will handle Login, Token Refreshing and Blacklisting for you. Just add this to your routes file:

Route::post('/jwt/login', '\Paulvl\JWTGuard\Http\Controllers\Auth\LoginController@login')->name('jwt.login');

Route::post('/jwt/refresh', '\Paulvl\JWTGuard\Http\Controllers\Auth\LoginController@refresh')->name('jwt.refresh');

Route::post('/jwt/blacklist', '\Paulvl\JWTGuard\Http\Controllers\Auth\LoginController@blacklist')->name('jwt.blacklist');

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