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Mar
15
1 month ago
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Started a new Conversation Spark Classic: Check User With External Service On Registration

Hello there!

I'm relatively new to Laravel and PHP in general (coming from Node). I'm using spark classic v11 to migrate an old system to Laravel. The legacy system uses Firebase to manage users which should be able to use the new system just like the old one. I have been trying to check for credentials upon registration with following code in the boot() method of my SparkServiceProvider:

Spark::createUsersWith(function ($request) {
        $user = Spark::user();

        $data = $request->all();

        $userProperties = [
          'email' => $request['email'],
          'password' => $request['password'],
          'displayName' => $request['name'],
          'emailVerified' => false,
          'disabled' => false,
        ];

        // Verification in Firebase
        try {
          $createdUser = app('firebase.auth')->createUser($userProperties);
        } catch (\Throwable $exception) {
          throw $exception;
          //return $exception;
        }

        $user->forceFill([
            'name' => $data['name'],
            'email' => $data['email'],
            'password' => bcrypt($data['password']),
            'last_read_announcements_at' => Carbon::now(),
            'trial_ends_at' => Carbon::now()->addDays(Spark::trialDays()),
        ])->save();

        return $user;
      });

The createUser from firebase.authmay return a firebase user record or an exception containing the error like the following:

{
    "message": "The email address is already in use by another account.",
    "exception": "Kreait\Firebase\Exception\Auth\EmailExists",
    "file": "/var/www/html/vendor/kreait/firebase-php/src/Firebase/Exception/AuthApiExceptionConverter.php",
    "line": 75,
    "trace": [...]
}

I would like to pass the message prop to the frontend and display to the user but can't find a way to do so. I tried return back()->withErrors(['error' => $exception->message]) but that only redirects to http://localhost/undefined.

What could be the best way to pass down the error and notify the user?

Any help more than appreciated!!

Feb
17
2 months ago
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Replied to Spark Classic Vs Spark Next

Alright, thank you!

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Replied to Spark Classic Vs Spark Next

Making the frontend more flexible is a big plus, definitely but it seems there are less features out of the box in Spark next compared to classic. Taylor didn't show anything about the kiosk in his screencast.

Feb
16
2 months ago
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Started a new Conversation Spark Classic Vs Spark Next

Hey there!

Taylor just released the new version of spark but the documentation is quite thin, specially concerning the advantages (if any) comparing to spark classic.

Does anybody know the trade-offs between the two versions?

Thanks in advance!