Social network authentication for your first-party apps using Laravel Passport

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Social networks have become an essential part of our online presence, more and more apps are integrating with popular social networking providers like Google and Twitter to authenticate their users and authorize access to resources. The list of social providers is growing and the need to integrate them into our applications is increasing. In this article, we’ll explore how to build an OAuth2 Social Network Grant in Laravel Passport. This will enable users to authenticate on your APIs with their social network accounts.

Before we begin, this article assumes that you’re familiar with OAuth2 and understand how Laravel Passport works. …


Orobo Ozoka

Software developer

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