I'm trying to use Laravel's auth middleware for a resource route. I have it setup as the code below, but the middleware is not applying and users are able to navigate directly to the page. If I try to specify the second parameter as an array and 'uses' => 'ResourceController' and specifying 'middleware' => 'auth' there (as you would with a get or other route), it errors saying it expects the parameter to be a string.
Route::resource('admin/resource', 'ResourceController', [ 'only' => ['index', 'store'], 'middleware' => 'auth' ]);
What is the proper way to specify middleware when using a resource route?
you can use $this->middleware('auth') in your controller __construct method. http://laravel.com/docs/5.0/controllers#controller-middleware
please i have a new problem yeah. How do i write a resource middleware to make sure that he can only update his profile and not others
You can use something like ``` Gate::class
answer here https://laracasts.com/series/whats-new-in-laravel-5-1/episodes/13
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