Laravel Resource Abilities

If you build a web application with a separate frontend and backend, all kinds of information has to be transferred between these two parts. Part of this are your routes, but how do you share the authorized actions in the most convenient way? One quick note: from now on, we’ll call these authorized actions “abilities”. To share abilities, we use API resources. That way we can see the abilities the current user has for that resource.

Lex de Willigen
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I am a software engineer from Spijkenisse. I mainly focus on web development, specifically using Laravel, Vue.js and Inertia.js.

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