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Replied to Adding Guest Data Into Cart [JWT REST API]
But my question is exactly this: How to associate the guest user to the cart so later on, he can be turned into an authenticated customer?
Started a new Conversation Adding Guest Data Into Cart [JWT REST API]
I am developing an eCommerce application rest API. This API will be consumed by mobile developers to build an e-commerce app.
I am facing an issue regarding the shopping cart, A user without being logged-in can add the data to the cart and the data will be stored in a database table named cart. Cart table has product, quantity, guest_id (For guest id), user_id(For authenticated user id) columns.
If logged-in user adds a product to the cart, his ID with cart data will be inserted in the table. But what about guest_id, How I can generate guest id, and where I can store it so it will remain the same and I will be able to access the guest cart data on the cart page?
Note: I am using JWT for authorization/authentication purpose and using core php.
can't see there
Started a new Conversation Route Model Binding [Internal 500 Server Error]
Currently, I am handling exception in the handler.php file. The issue arises when I add a nonexistent id like (article/200) to the URL.
I was expecting that this error will be a NotModelFoundException, So I handled it in my render function. Even in case, the class of the resulting error is different than NotModelFoundException, I handled that in else condition.
But when I try to run that API URL in postman, I only receive 500 internal server errors without any response data.
Please let me know what could be the problem. Thanks
P.S: I am using route model binding to show specific resource data.