Using Blade directives

This package also adds Blade directives to verify whether the currently logged in user has all or any of a given list of roles.

Optionally you can pass in the guard that the check will be performed on as a second argument.

Blade and Roles

Check for a specific role:

@role('writer')
    I am a writer!
@else
    I am not a writer...
@endrole

is the same as

@hasrole('writer')
    I am a writer!
@else
    I am not a writer...
@endhasrole

Check for any role in a list:

@hasanyrole($collectionOfRoles)
    I have one or more of these roles!
@else
    I have none of these roles...
@endhasanyrole
// or
@hasanyrole('writer|admin')
    I am either a writer or an admin or both!
@else
    I have none of these roles...
@endhasanyrole

Check for all roles:

@hasallroles($collectionOfRoles)
    I have all of these roles!
@else
    I do not have all of these roles...
@endhasallroles
// or
@hasallroles('writer|admin')
    I am both a writer and an admin!
@else
    I do not have all of these roles...
@endhasallroles

Alternatively, @unlessrole gives the reverse for checking a singular role, like this:

@unlessrole('does not have this role')
    I do not have the role
@else
    I do have the role
@endunlessrole

Blade and Permissions

This package doesn’t add any permission-specific Blade directives. Instead, use Laravel’s native @can directive to check if a user has a certain permission.

@can('edit articles')
  //
@endcan

or

@if(auth()->user()->can('edit articles') && $some_other_condition)
  //
@endif