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Replied to Auto-login After Registration Issue
Interestingly I am having the same issue, when I register I am asked to login...
I haven't played with this code, but I wouldn't set the value of the input, but maybe try
wire:model="type.selectedtypes". It would help to know what data is in
Commented on Form Component
@jeffreyway - because you are setting the action to an empty string, you could end up in the situation where you don't pass one and you won't get any errors pointing out the problem, if you don't pass a value for it in your props you would get the error an understand that you forgot to pass an action
@props(['method' => 'POST', 'action'])
Commented on Simpler Code With UseCase Classes
You tricky trickster!