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Started a new Conversation How To Send An Nova Authenticated HTTP Request Using Axios ?
I'm building a Nova component that is basically an interface to manage game servers.
So I have some endpoints in my
/nova-components/Servers/routes/api.php that give me the game servers status and some other options (start, stop...). When I'm authenticated on Nova, I can use these routes in my browser. When I'm not authenticated, I get a
403, which is expected since the routes are behind the Nova gate.
The problem is when I'm trying to send a GET request using
Nova.request().get(), I get a
My question is : how can I send a request using Axios that is not going to be forbidden by the Nova gate ?
Thank you for your help!
Replied to AngularJS 2.0 + Laravel 5 Series
Replied to Laravel 5.3 Wish List
I don't know if we'll agree on the pertinence of this but before actions à la Rails would help reuse code easily in controllers.
Started a new Conversation What's The Best Way To Make Authentication (API) In This Case?
I've been watching the Incremental API (which is a great serie, thank you Jeffrey!). However, Jeffrey used basic Auth to protect some of his methods. The problem is, in my case, I don't have users. I want to make an ecommerce site without authenticated users (you just pick products, fill a form and then we contact the client to process the order). But I still need to protect some methods, for example : an admin want to add a product to the list.
What's the best way to do that?