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Started a new Conversation Laravel Authentication
I am learning laravel and trying connect things together. However, I don't understand how some call to methods are being achieved.
app\Http\Middleware\Authenticate.php there is a call to
Auth::guard($guard)->guest() in the
My worry is, when I look in the
Auth.php and its superclass
Facade.php there is no
guard() method. This
guard() method is however in
AuthManager.php. This seems like a magic to me. Kindly explain how
guard() method in
AuthManager.php is managed to be called from
Also, I can't find where authentication method below is located:
Kindly show where it's located.
Thanks in advance.
Replied to User Activity Log
hello @agelios ,
thanks for your suggestion. however, i need the name of the second user joseph. also note that the table
activity_log already has field
user_id, and that is the id of the user who owns the activity, user 1. now i need the name of user 2.
Replied to User Activity Log
Hello @owiesnama ,
Thanks for your suggestion. I would like to ask, when I add the field
subject_id, how am I going to render the name Joseph to Michael's activity log in the view? Also, remember the activities are different and some like for example, 'you withdrew $20' don't need the the field
Started a new Conversation User Activity Log
I have two database tables
activity_log with dummy records as below:
1 --- 1 ---------- you received $30 from Joseph
2 --- 1 ---------- you withdrew $20
My problem is that, I don't want to hard-code the name Joseph in the activity since the user might change his name in the future. I want when user 2 changes his name from Joseph, user 1 activity log will be updated accordingly with the new name.
As an example, I need activity log similar to that of Facebook where for example Michael can see in his activity log 'you liked Joseph's photo'. If Joseph changes his name to Jose, Michael will see in his activity log 'you liked Jose's photo'. How can I achieve that?
Thank you in advance.