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Authentication Session Architecture
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Also searching for the best way to do this in Laravel 5.


Depending on your overall architecture you could define a scope for the current user:

public function scopeCurrentUser($query)
    return $query->where('user_id', Auth::user()->id);

You can then apply the scope like this:

public function find($id)
    return Note::currentUser()->find($id);
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