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