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Laravel Breeze Next.js Starter (Frontend)

Corresponding backend: https://github.com/taylorotwell/next-example-backend

Introduction

Clone this repository and install its dependencies with yarn install or npm install. Then, copy the .env.example file to .env.local and supply the URL of your backend:

NEXT_PUBLIC_BACKEND_URL=http://localhost:8000

The application can be run via npm run dev and will be available at http://localhost:3000:

npm run dev

Note: Currently, for this example, we recommend using localhost during local development to avoid "Same-Origin" issues.

Usage

This example Next.js application contains a custom useAuth hook, designed to abstract all authentication logic away from your pages. It can be used as follows:

const ExamplePage = () => {
    const { logout, user } = useAuth({ middleware: 'auth' /* or 'guest */ })

    return (
        <>
            <p>{user?.name}</p>
            <button onClick={logout}>Sign out</button>
        </>
    )
}

export default ExamplePage

Note: You'll need to use optional chaining (user?.name instead of user.name) when accessing properties on the user object to account for Next.js's initial server-side render.

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