To integrate FusionAuth with Laravel, first install the FusionAuth PHP client library. Set up environment variables for your FusionAuth API credentials. Use Laravel's service container to create an instance of the FusionAuth client. Implement the necessary methods in your Laravel controllers to perform FusionAuth actions, such as user authentication and registration. Use Laravel's middleware to protect routes that require authentication.
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RE: Laravel + FusionAuth, the Laravel way
RE: Email CTR and open rates
I value the insights and guidance you provide, I will try to figure it out for more.
It is recommended to check with the FusionAuth support team or documentation to determine if the deprecation will have any impact on your implementation and what, if any, actions need to be taken.
In general, it's a good practice to regularly review and update any dependencies and libraries used in your application to ensure compatibility and security.
RE: Cannot Create new users
@jose-cardenas I am facing the same issue.
RE: Users Api Update preferredLanguages
@nlunn Currently on update if the user chooses to update their language it will add that language to the list of preferred languages as opposed to.
RE: FusionAuth stuck in maintenance mode
I have no idea about this.