Token-Based Authentication for AngularJS and Laravel Apps - Part 2

In the tutorial on Scotch.io we created a new app called jot-bot to look at how to implement token-based authentication in AngularJS and Laravel by using jwt-auth and Satellizer together. On the Laravel side, jwt-auth let’s us generate JSON web

Token-Based Authentication for AngularJS and Laravel Apps - Part 1

Adding authentication to an AngularJS and Laravel application is not the most straight-forward, especially if we take the approach of creating independent front-end and backend applications and connecting them with an API exposed by Laravel. Laravel

Using Laravel 5.0 with AngularJS (part 2 of 5) – Migrations, Controllers, Validations in Laravel 5.0

This is a 5-part tutorial which we re-visit the good old quote app Oneline we had done in Laravel 4.2, while revising the skills we had been picking up from this blog. We are focusing on Laravel 5.0 this time, but will also dig deeper into AngularJS

JSON Web Token Tutorial: An Example in Laravel and AngularJS

With the rising popularity of single page applications, mobile applications, and RESTful API services, the way web developers write back-end code has changed significantly. With technologies like AngularJS and BackboneJS, we are no longer spending mu

Using Laravel 5.0 with AngularJS (part 1 of 5) – Setting up Laravel 5.0

This is the part 1 of a 5-part tutorial which we re-visit the good old quote app Oneline we had done in Laravel 4.2, while revising the skills we had been picking up from this blog. We are focusing on Laravel 5.0 this time, but will also dig deeper i

Build a Time Tracker with Laravel 5 and AngularJS – Part 2

This is the second of a two-part series on using Laravel 5 and AngularJS together to build a simple time tracking application. If you’ve gone through part 1, you’ll have seen that we put together the front-end first and used a simple JSON

Build a Time Tracker with Laravel 5 and AngularJS – Part 1

Laravel and AngularJS work great together, but it can be a little tricky to get going at first, especially if you are new to the frameworks. In a previous article, Chris showed you how to make a Single Page Comment App with Laravel and Angular. This

Laravel 5 and AngularJS Tutorial reloaded – Part 2

On this second part of the reloaded Laravel and AngularJS tutorial we will finish the pool application started on the first part adding an admin view where the user can create new pool and manage the existent ones. As we already implemented all the C