Lesson 15 - Simple CMS in Laravel - Eloquent relationships
In the last lesson, Simple CMS in Laravel - User model, we explained the new possibilities of Eloquent models and defined a class for generating test data, the so-called seeder.
In today's Laravel lesson, we will extend users with a simple role-based authorization system and explain one of the most important parts of the whole framework - Eloquent relationships between models.
Personally, I have always considered the authorization system to be one of the more complex parts of the application, as scalability, simplicity and at the same time speed must be taken into account. The first two features are especially important for web application administrators, so they can configure everything according to their requirements. Speed is important for optimizing the application itself, because this system will definitely be used on a huge percentage of sites.
In order not to create a monstrous system, but also to have something useful, I decided on a simple system based on
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