New Password Confirmation Flow for Logged In Users in Laravel 6.2

Laravel released v6.2 yesterday with a new password confirmation feature that enables you to require a logged-in user to re-enter their password before being allowed access to a route. Let’s take the new feature for a spin so you can see how it works. The post New Password Confirmation Flow for Logged…

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