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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Verification

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Verification

Music, hey everybody and welcome back to the deaf marketer channel. Today's video is going to be a fun and exciting one. We're going to be building a multi-authentication system in Laravel 5.4. I think this will work in level 5.3 as well. It's going to be backward compatible with both versions, so if you're still on an older version, it should work. We're going to be talking about how we can build multi-authentication into it. This is something you guys have been asking for a lot. I've been getting lots of requests for this, so I'm really excited to finally bring it to you today. To be 100% truthful, the reason I haven't done it yet is because I honestly didn't know how to do it. I've always used a package in the past, but I'm getting tired of using packages. I decided to do it the Laravel way. I wanted to figure out how we could use Laravel to do it without the bloat of a package. The problem with packages is that every time Laravel updates, we have to wait for the package to update as well. Many packages, especially authentication packages, get abandoned. We used to use Entrust, but it got abandoned in version 5.1 or maybe 5.2. There was also a package called Multi-offs that worked in 5.0 but got abandoned as well. There are currently a couple of packages called Multi-ops, but they have compatibility issues. Lera Trust is one package that is maintained quite well and is compatible with 5.4, but there are always these compatibility problems. I wanted a simple and clean way. I didn't need a huge package. I wanted to use the Laravel facades and make it as natural to Laravel as possible. That's what I'm going to show you guys today. We're...