thelfensdrfer / laravel-rbac by thelfensdrfer
forked from keepanitreel/laravel-rbac

Role based access control for Laravel 5
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Maintainer Username: thelfensdrfer
Maintainer Contact: phpzen.code@gmail.com (PHPZen)
Package Create Date: 2016-11-21
Package Last Update: 2018-01-24
Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2019-07-13 03:33:21
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Laravel RBAC

Super simple RBAC/ACL implementation for Laravel 5. Laravel >=5.4 compatible fork of https://github.com/keepanitreel/laravel-rbac.

Installation

Require this package with composer (Packagist) using the following command

composer require visualappeal/laravel-rbac

or modify your composer.json

"require": {
    ...
    "visualappeal/laravel-rbac": "^0.7"
}

then run composer update.

After installation register the ServiceProvider to the providers array in config/app.php

PHPZen\LaravelRbac\RbacServiceProvider::class,

Publish migration files

$ php artisan vendor:publish --provider="PHPZen\LaravelRbac\RbacServiceProvider" --force

Run migrations

$ php artisan migrate

Add RBAC middleware to your app/Http/Kernel.php

protected $routeMiddleware = [
    ...
    'rbac' => '\PHPZen\LaravelRbac\Middleware\Rbac::class'
];

Add Rbac trait to your User model

use PHPZen\LaravelRbac\Traits\Rbac;
	
class User extends Authenticatable
{
    use Rbac;
    ...
	    
}

Usage

Roles

Create role

$adminRole = new Role;
$adminRole->name = 'Administrator';
$adminRole->slug = 'administrator';
$adminRole->description = 'System Administrator';
$adminRole->save();

$editorRole = new Role;
$editorRole->name = 'Editor';
$editorRole->slug = 'editor';
$editorRole->description = 'Editor';
$editorRole->save();

Assign role to user

$user = User::find(1);
$user->roles()->attach($adminRole->id);

you can also assign multiple roles at once

$user->roles()->attach([$adminRole->id, $editorRole->id]);

Revoke role from user

$user->roles()->detach($adminRole->id);

you can also revoke multiple roles at once

$user->roles()->detach([$adminRole->id, $editorRole->id]);

Sync roles

$user->roles()->sync([$editorRole->id]);

Any role already assigned to user will be revoked if you don't pass its id to sync method.

Permissions

Create permission

$createUser = new Permission;
$createUser->name = 'Create user';
$createUser->slug = 'user.create';
$createUser->description = 'Permission to create user';
$createUser->save();

$updateUser = new Permission;
$updateUser->name = 'Update user';
$updateUser->slug = 'user.update';
$updateUser->description = 'Permission to update user';
$updateUser->save();

Assign permission to role

$adminRole = Role::find(1);
$adminRole->permissions()->attach($createUser->id);

you can also assign multiple permissions at once

$adminRole->permissions()->attach([$createUser->id, $updateUser->id]);

Revoke permission from role

$adminRole->permissions()->detach($createUser->id);

you can also revoke multiple permissions at once

$adminRole->permissions()->detach([$createUser->id, $updateUser->id]);

Sync permissions

$adminRole->permissions()->sync([$updateUser->id]);

Any permission already assigned to role will be revoked if you don't pass its id to sync method.

Check user roles/permissions

Roles and permissions can be checked on User instance using hasRole and canDo methods.

$isAdmin = Auth::user()->hasRole('administrator'); // pass role slug as parameter
$isAdminOrEditor = Auth::user()->hasRole('administrator|editor'); // using OR operator
$canUpdateUser = Auth::user()->canDo('update.user'); // pass permission slug as parameter
$canUpdateOrCreateUser = Auth::user()->canDo('update.user|create.user'); // using OR operator

Protect routes

Laravel RBAC provides middleware to protect single route and route groups. Middleware expects 2 comma separated params:

  • is or can as first param - what to check (role/permission)
  • role/permission slug as second param
Route::get('/backend', [
    'uses' => 'BackendController@index',
    'middleware' => ['auth', 'rbac:is,administrator']
]);
Route::get('/backend', [
    'uses' => 'BackendController@index',
    'middleware' => ['auth', 'rbac:is,administrator|editor']
]);
Route::get('/dashboard', [
    'uses' => 'DashboardController@index',
    'middleware' => ['auth', 'rbac:can,view.dashboard']
]);
Route::get('/dashboard', [
    'uses' => 'DashboardController@index',
    'middleware' => ['auth', 'rbac:can,view.dashboard|view.statistics']
]);

Blade directive

Laravel RBAC provides two Blade directives to check if user has role/permission assigned.

Check for role

@ifUserIs('administrator')
    // show admin content here
@else
    // sorry
@endif

@ifUserIs('administrator|editor')
    // show editor content here
@else
    // sorry
@endif

Check for permission

@ifUserCan('delete.user')
    // show delete button
@endif

@ifUserCan('delete.user|manage.user')
    // show delete button
@endif

License

Laravel RBAC is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license