Laravel - Authentication - Http Basic Authentication

HTTP Basic Authentication provides a quick way to authenticate users of your application without setting up a dedicated "login" page. To get started, attach the auth.basic middleware to a route. The auth.basic middleware is included with the Laravel framework, so you do not need to define it:

    
    Route::get('/profile', function () {
        // Only authenticated users may access this route...
    })->middleware('auth.basic');
	

Once the middleware has been attached to the route, you will automatically be prompted for credentials when accessing the route in your browser. By default, the auth.basic middleware will assume the email column on your users database table is the user's "username".