Laravel - Authorization - Authorizing Resource Controllers

If you are utilizing resource controllers, you may make use of the authorizeResource method in your controller's constructor. This method will attach the appropriate can middleware definitions to the resource controller's methods.

The authorizeResource method accepts the model's class name as its first argument, and the name of the route / request parameter that will contain the model's ID as its second argument. You should ensure your resource controller is created using the --model flag so that it has the required method signatures and type hints:

    
    authorizeResource(Post::class, 'post');
        }
    }
	

The following controller methods will be mapped to their corresponding policy method. When requests are routed to the given controller method, the corresponding policy method will automatically be invoked before the controller method is executed:

You may use the make:policy command with the --model option to quickly generate a policy class for a given model: php artisan make:policy PostPolicy --model=Post.