Nice article Jamie!
It got me hooked up because I have developed the same feature very recently.
The reason I did it was because it was much easier to do it this way than to have a special way for the admin to do it with separate backend functions.
I probably wouldn't have if the budget was higher...
This article emphasizes one important concept: Security by design. You can’t simply add some library or enable some flags later on after implementing a system without security in mind.
One interesting takeaway for me was to use a separate models for Admin and User. Most often I saw implementations just having a flag or more permissions.
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