In this article, we will see REST API with passport authentication in laravel 9. Also, we will perform CRUD operations with laravel 9 REST API. REST API is an application program interface that uses HTTP requests to GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE data.
Laravel provides an easy way to create API. If you have authentication in your mobile app then you can easily do it using the passport.
Laravel passport provides a way to create auth tokens for validating users. If your application absolutely needs to support OAuth2, then you should use Laravel Passport.
So, let's see how to create REST API with authentication using a passport in laravel 9 application, laravel 9 rest API with passport authentication.
Step 1: Install Laravel 9 for REST API with Passport Authentication Step 2: Install Passport Using Composer Step 3: Passport Configuration Step 4: Add Table and Model Step 5: Create API Routes Step 6: Create Controller Step 7: Create Eloquent API Resources