Create simple gym management in Laravel part 1.2 – Hacker Noon

for the previous part we’ve set up user and group to continue I’ve implement Laravel Gate and show how package work

when you came across Laravel documentation and it’s will give two keyword

Gate and Policies

Gate is a class that perform all authorization cycle and Policie is a Class that organize a group of gate separate what your want

just a four step that you will learn from this chapter

  1. generate Policies class
  2. check user has authorized perform action
  3. register Policies in AuthService proivider
  4. perform check on controller or many place and using many helper

generate Policies class

first will control authorization for group and user

we create policies class with artisan

php artisan make:policy GroupPolicy --model=Group
php artisan make:policy UserPolicy --model=Group

that generates a class from a template

check user has authorized perform an action

function in policy class use for check permission match in a controller

public function create(User $user) {
     return in_array('group.create',$user->group->permission);

we use in_array to check the current action has in current login user permission

group.create come form Group Controller and create function and 
$user->group->permission an array containing a list of permission that we create in past chapter

in_array return boolean that easy for us

register Policy in AuthService provider

activate policy in function boot in AuthService provider

public function boot(){

perform authorization on controller or many places and using many helpers

we have many helper functions for check authorization like can, cant, allows and denieds,

for example check if user can’t edit group we throw 403 back

public function edit($id){
      return abort(403);
    $group = AppGroup::find($id);
    return view('group.edit',compact('group'));

now let’s try

you can use laravel debugbar view profile did you see Gate return success

I’ve try fail case

will remove user.create form admin role

add authorizartion check in policy

public function create(User $user){
   return in_array('user.create',$user->group->permission);

and in controller

public function create() {
      return abort(403);
$groups = Group::all();
return view('user.create',compact('groups'));

yep it’s work

so what should you do next

this is extra feature your can do when general business requirement done

your can repeat that process to cover all action

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