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posted 8 years ago
Last updated 9 months ago.

Without seeing your code, you can something like.

Route::group(array('before' => 'auth'), function() { Route::get('/', array('as' => 'home', 'uses' => '[email protected]')); });

Last updated 9 months ago.

'before' => 'auth' in the snippet @frocco provided is setting a before filter. This will run before the method the route goes to is made. By setting it to auth, it will make sure the user is authenticated and if not redirect them to /login. This can be changed in app/filters.php.

Read about filters here

Last updated 9 months ago.

Thanks for the replies.

It worked for me.I added all the necessary routes inside the group filter.

             Route::group(array('before' => 'auth'), function() { Routes goes here.... });

Thank you.....

Last updated 9 months ago.

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