Lesson 19 - Simple CMS in Laravel - Logout
In the previous lesson, Simple CMS in Laravel - Notifications, we showed notifications in the Laravel framework and looked at the already defined functionality of the user login process.
In today's lesson we will edit the login view, add routes, edit the main template and direct the pages correctly.
We have already explained the login process, so we have no choice but to
throw ourselves into its
front-end part, i.e. the view.
Like the other user system views we modified in the previous lessons, the
login.blade.php view is located in the
resources/views/auth/ folder. We also had it generated using the
ui:auth the Laravel UI library. Therefore, we now
need to adapt it to our template. Its content is as follows:
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