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Laravel 11 creating a user login and signup system

Laravel 11 creating a user login and signup system

In Laravel 11, creating a user login and signup system can be efficiently managed using Laravel Breeze, a lightweight package that provides a simple implementation of all the authentication features you need, such as login, registration, password reset, and email verification.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on setting up user login and signup in Laravel 11 using Breeze:

Laravel 11 creating a user login and signup system
Laravel 11 creating a user login and signup system

Step 1: Install Laravel

First, you need to create a new Laravel project if you haven’t already:

composer create-project --prefer-dist laravel/laravel your_project_name

Step 2: Set Up Environment

Configure your .env file with the appropriate database settings:


Step 3: Install Breeze

Install Laravel Breeze using Composer:

composer require laravel/breeze --dev

Once installed, run the Breeze install command:

php artisan breeze:install

This command will generate all the authentication scaffolding for your application.

Step 4: Run Migrations

Run the database migrations to create necessary tables (users, password_resets):

php artisan migrate

Step 5: Compile Assets

If you are using Breeze with Blade, you’ll need to compile your assets:

npm install
npm run dev

For projects using Breeze with Vue or React, the commands are slightly different but follow a similar logic of installing dependencies and compiling assets.

Step 6: Start the Development Server

Start the Laravel development server:

php artisan serve

Step 7: Access the Authentication Pages

You can now access your application in a web browser. Breeze provides routes to all authentication views out of the box. Here are the default URLs:

  • Login page: http://localhost:8000/login
  • Registration page: http://localhost:8000/register

Both pages are fully functional, and users can register an account and log in to your application.

Optional: Email Verification

If you want to enable email verification, you need to implement the MustVerifyEmail contract in the User model:

  1. Open the User model usually located at app/Models/User.php.
  2. Implement the MustVerifyEmail interface:
use Illuminate\Contracts\Auth\MustVerifyEmail;

class User extends Authenticatable implements MustVerifyEmail
    // Model content remains unchanged
  1. Update the routes in web.php to ensure email verification is enforced:
Auth::routes(['verify' => true]);


Using Laravel Breeze, you have set up a basic but complete authentication system, including login, registration, and optionally, email verification. Breeze takes care of the backend logic and views, allowing you to customize them as needed for your application.

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