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use Illuminate\Foundation\Auth\User as Authenticatable;
My user model extends Authenticatable rather than Model? Why is it?
Started a new Conversation Multi User Authentication System Using Laravel's Default Authentication System
I am building an app in which there will be three different type of users. I would like to use
userstable for storing name, email address and password.
If it is a normal customer then I will create an entry in
customer table and pointing to corresponding
users row, if it is a driver then I will create an entry in
drivers table and point this to corresponding
users row and so on
I would like to have three different views for user registration and login and its corresponding controllers so I know that which type of user have actually signed up to populate appropriate table. How can I achieve this?
Thanks in advance