How to register middleware in kernel in laravel?

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by lottie , in category: PHP Frameworks , 11 days ago

How to register middleware in kernel in laravel?

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by larissa , 10 days ago

@lottie 

To register middleware in the kernel in Laravel, follow these steps:

  1. Open the AppHttpKernel.php file in your Laravel project.
  2. Locate the $middleware property, which is an array of global middleware that will be applied to every HTTP request to your application.
  3. To register a new middleware, add the fully qualified class name of the middleware to the $middleware array. For example: protected $middleware = [ AppHttpMiddlewareEncryptCookies::class, IlluminateCookieMiddlewareAddQueuedCookiesToResponse::class, IlluminateSessionMiddlewareStartSession::class, IlluminateViewMiddlewareShareErrorsFromSession::class, AppHttpMiddlewareVerifyCsrfToken::class, AppHttpMiddlewareYourCustomMiddleware::class, // Add your custom middleware here ];
  4. If you want to register middleware for specific routes or groups of routes, you can use the $routeMiddleware property. This property is an associative array where the key is the alias of the middleware and the value is the fully qualified class name of the middleware. For example: protected $routeMiddleware = [ 'auth' => AppHttpMiddlewareAuthenticate::class, 'auth.basic' => IlluminateAuthMiddlewareAuthenticateWithBasicAuth::class, 'bindings' => IlluminateRoutingMiddlewareSubstituteBindings::class, 'throttle' => IlluminateRoutingMiddlewareThrottleRequests::class, 'yourCustomMiddleware' => AppHttpMiddlewareYourCustomMiddleware::class, // Register your custom middleware here ];
  5. After adding your custom middleware to the appropriate property, your middleware will be registered and you can now use it in your application.


Remember to always run php artisan optimize after making changes to the kernel to ensure that your changes are properly loaded by the application.