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Laravel Impersonate makes it easy to authenticate as your users. Add a simple trait to your user model and impersonate as one of your users in one click.
- Simple usage
- Using the built-in controller
- Advanced Usage
- Defining impersonation authorization
- Using your own strategy
- Why Not Just Use loginAsId()?
- Laravel 6.x to 9.x
- PHP >= 7.2 or >= 8.0
|6.x to 10.x||1.7|
Require it with Composer:
Add the service provider at the end of your
- Add the trait
Lab404\Impersonate\Models\Impersonateto your User model.
Impersonate a user:
Using the built-in controller
In your routes file, under web middleware, you must call the
impersonate route macro.
Alternatively, you can execute this macro with your
Defining impersonation authorization
By default all users can impersonate an user.
You need to add the method
canImpersonate() to your user model:
By default all users can be impersonated.
You need to add the method
canBeImpersonated() to your user model to extend this behavior:
Using your own strategy
Getting the manager:
- Working with the manager:
Protect From Impersonation
You can use the middleware
impersonate.protect to protect your routes against user impersonation.
This middleware can be useful when you want to protect specific pages like users subscriptions, users credit cards, ...
There are two events available that can be used to improve your workflow:
TakeImpersonationis fired when an impersonation is taken.
LeaveImpersonationis fired when an impersonation is leaved.
Each events returns two properties
$event->impersonated containing User model instance.
The package comes with a configuration file.
Publish it with the following command:
There are three Blade directives available.
When the user can impersonate
When the user can be impersonated
This comes in handy when you have a user list and want to show an "Impersonate" button next to all the users.
But you don\'t want that button next to the current authenticated user neither to that users which should not be able to impersonated according your implementation of
When the user is impersonated
Why not just use
This package adds broader functionality, including Blade directives to allow you to override analytics and other tracking events when impersonating, fire events based on impersonation status, and more. Brief discussion at issues/5