The error is because of your activation url and the password update post url. Assume that your activation URL is something.com/updatePass/token and you will be making post to the something.com/updatePass.
Your post url might be missing the token value in its url, therefore you are getting the undefined token error when submitting the form.
No I don't. Token is showing in url. The problem is when I submit the form for changing the password. When password:reset method is supposed to execute I get an exception. Here is a pastebin with two methods.
From the attached code, your postReset function doesn't have token being passed to Password::reset. Here is a working sample of the code http://laravel.io/bin/e86
:/ ... it's the small things, right? :D ... This was awesome. Cheers
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