kandi X-RAY | entrust Summary
kandi X-RAY | entrust Summary
Entrust is a succinct and flexible way to add Role-based Permissions to Laravel 5. If you are looking for the Laravel 4 version, take a look Branch 1.0. It contains the latest entrust version for Laravel 4.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create the migration table
- Blade directives .
- Check if a route has a certain role or permission
- Returns true if the user has the specified role .
- Check if a permission exists .
- Create the migration file .
- Add a route to the router .
- Boot the model .
- Save permissions .
- Register the Entries class .
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Trending Discussions on entrust
My application has it's backend and it's frontend. The frontend is currently hosted in a Google Cloud Storage bucket and I am migrating the backend from Compute Engine VMs to Kubernetes Engine Autopilot.
When migrating, does it make more sense for me to migrate everything to Kubernetes Engine or would I be better off keeping the frontend in the bucket? Backend and frontend are different projects in different git repositories.
I am asking because I saw that it is possible to manage Kubernetes services' exposure, even at the level of URL Maps and Load Balancer, so I thought of perhaps entrusting all my projects' (backend and frontend) hosting to Kubernetes, since I know that Kubernetes is a very complete and powerful solution....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-11 at 17:14
There isn't problem to keep your front on Cloud Storage (or elsewhere) and to have your backend on kubernetes (GKE).
It's not a "perfect pattern" because you can't handle and deploy all the part of your application only with Kubernetes and you haven't a end to end control plane management.
You have, one side to deploy your frontend and to configure your load balancer. On the other hand, you have to deploy your backend on Kubernetes with YAML.
In addition, your application is not portable on other kubernetes cluster (because it's not full kubernetes deployment, but hybrid between Kubernetes and Google Cloud, and you are partly sticky to Google Cloud). But if it's not a requirement, it's fine.
At the end, if you expose your app behind a load balancer with the front on Cloud Storage and the back on GKE, the user will see nothing. If a day, you want to package your front in a container and deploy it on GKE, keep the same load balancer (at least the same domain name) and you user won't notice the difference!!
No worry for now, you can keep going! (and it's cheaper for now! You don't pay processing to serve static resource with Cloud Storage)
I am attempting to make a POST request using curlpp in C++ to Statistics Canada with their getDataFromVectorsAndLatestNPeriods. I can't seem to get a result from the request....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-07 at 20:55
I haven't used
libcurlpp, but for
libcurl a natural way of making a POST request is through the
CURLOPT_POST_FIELDS options, see for example How to use libcurl for HTTP post?. This leas to this simple main:
EDIT I'm able to build my OkHttp client to where it includes both the client cert in the Client.SSLContext.KeyManager, and the trusted certs in the Client.SSLContext.TrustManager...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 08:20
Okay; it has developed your problem is that when the server requests your client-cert/auth, it specifies a CA list that doesn't include the CA(s?) used by your cert-and-chain, even though when presented with your cert-and-chain the server accepts it. After commenting about writing a wrapper KeyManager, I realized it would be easy enough to test, and the following example works for me to send a client cert different from what the server asked for. I used SSLSocket directly for simplicity, but anything (like OkHttp) using the same SSLContext or SSLSocketFactory should work. Tested in 8u301 (but I can check some others if you want) against OpenSSL commandline, which lets me request client cert for CA X but when I submit a cert from CA Y it only logs the verification error without aborting the connection.
I am trying to use Dell's Warranty API. To do this you first need to get an access token (that expires after 1 hour) and then make API requests using that token. They have a tutorial for postman, which works fine, but I am trying to make something more automated since we have 1000+ assets to lookup with this API.
I am trying to use
java.net.http even though numerous examples exist for the older APIs, I would prefer not to use external libraries or older APIs.
To get the token you send a request to their API with your client ID and client secret....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-14 at 23:13
According to your curl log, the request should have this content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded
This kind of content-type needs a body, so that is your first error:
Second error is that in oauth2 protocol, grant_type=client_credentials is not a header, it is a form parameter in the body. Also you curl snippet confirms that:
curl ... -d "grant_type=client_credentials". Check this: curl -d
If Dell platform implements the oauth2 protocol strictly, they should implement the oauth2 spec:
Hello i make my 2d game with unity and i feel confuse about oop design. There is a 4 class in my game.
StageView : The view(scene) where the game logic run.
ObjectPool : The object pool that can manage the gameobjects, and it is the member field of stage view. (It is not a singleton)
Projectile : The projectile class that can attack the monster.
Monster : The monster class that could be attacked by projectile.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 05:16
I have a Flatlist. The data array is the contents of a book(paragraphs, images, subHeadings). How do I implement the getItemLayout prop correctly on my FlatList? I understand this is suppose to tell the FlatList the height of each item to make it more performant. However how am I to find out the size of each item? Is that something that I am to determine arbitrarily meaning by guesstimating? Every item is a different size. I have tried entering random values in getItemLayout just to see what happens however I don't really know how to tell which value would be the correct value.
This is my FlatList...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-30 at 18:42
If your list items consistently have the same height, you can pass it to that prop to prevent React Native from having to measure them every time. Even if you are not explicitly setting the height as a style, the computed height may be the same. You can find this by inspecting your items in dev tools.
Most likely, though, the performance issues are the result of a number of factors. How large are the images that you're rendering? Are they significantly larger than the rendered dimensions, and could they be resized? How many items are you rendering?
Also, try removing the
useCallback on your
renderItem. That may actually worsen performance here, and is unnecessary
I'm playing around with Goutte and can't get it to connect to a certain website. All other URLs seem to be working perfectly, and I'm struggling to understand what's preventing it from connecting. It just hangs until it times out after 30 seconds. If I remove the timeout, the same happens after 150 seconds.
Key points to note:
- This timeout / hang only happens on tesco.com that I've found so far. asda.com, google.com, etc work fine and return a result.
- The site loads instantly in a web browser (Chrome) (not IP or ISP related).
- I get a result returned fine if I make a GET request in Postman to the same URL.
- Doesn't appear to be user agent related.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-24 at 00:42
Managed to resolve this by adding some more headers:
A long time ago I was entrusted with this work at my university which I ended up solving in a very precarious way, I was wondering how you would do to collect information from a file and save it in a structure composed of strings. The fields of the structure are organized in different ways such that, for example, in the name field we have both the first and last names, separated by a space.
That caused a problem in the way I collected the information, since I counted by spaces to enter it in the structure, I solved it by scanning the two strings and then concatenating them.
An example of the file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 14:06
I propose the pen-and-paper approach to finding the suitable algorithm.
The human eye/mind is much better in recognising names and other patterns than computers. So a basic check is "Can I reliably find the name in these lines?". Ask your self and look for assumptions.
If you find "I determine the name by ignoring the syntax-defined first string and the predictable number of letter and digit fields at the end." then write your algorithm like that.
For that you would of course have to look at the whole string, or from both ends and not attempt to go left to right...
I.e. don't use
scanf() and friends. Instead read the whole thing and then parse based on your knowledge of the most strictly defined fields.
If you can make some reliable assumptions, i.e. if you have some very predictable or tightly defined fields in between, the approach should even allow to read more than one field which contains possible blanks. Less likely if the problematic fields could possibly look like containing the others. But for one problematic field between syntax-defined fields it should always be possible.
http://sekrit.de/webdocs/c/beginners-guide-away-from-scanf.html is discussing that more helpfully than the cynical-seeming title suggests.
I am trying to write a proxy server with SparkJava that queries the Google Maps Directions API given parameters (i.e. location data, traffic model preference, departure time, etc...) from a client and returns various routing details such as distance, duration, and duration.
The server stalls when it tries to send a request to the API on behalf of the client. I placed print statements throughout the code to confirm that the hang was due to the API query. I have tried using different ports namely:
8080 by using
port() method but the problem persists. I am sure the server-side code conducting the API query is not the issue; everything works fine (proper route information is generated i.e.
DirectionsApiRequest.await() returns properly) when I cut the client out, disable the endpoints, and run everything manually from the main method on the (deactivated) server's side.
Does anyone know why this could be happening? (I use maven for dependency management)
The following shows the client trying to get the distance of the default route and the aforementioned error:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-01 at 19:40
In the server-side
App class, the last line of the
main method reads
I'm trying to make three independent scroll layout in CSS. The independent columns are not scrolling. If I modify the style then the whole page is scrolling. I need to scroll keep the left and right column static while the middle column only scroll. HTML...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-02 at 05:55
you can do it by
overflow: hidden; from
body,html .. then add
.content class. and add
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In order to install Laravel 5 Entrust, just add the following to your composer.json. Then run composer update:
Open your config/app.php and add the following to the providers array:
In the same config/app.php and add the following to the aliases array:
Run the command below to publish the package config file config/entrust.php:
Open your config/auth.php and add the following to it:
If you want to use Middleware (requires Laravel 5.1 or later) you also need to add the following:
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