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  1. Howdy PW Gurus Who Also Know Laravel or Symfony, I built a few web applications with PW, and was very happy with the result. For example: - an email to web help ticket system, with a front-end login - a Linux account management and multi-server account creation app, with a front-end login and PW server scripts run from the command line - a complex business app to test the viability of business ideas against a variety of metrics and algorithms, with a front-end login. The front-end logins displayed pages specific to the app needs, entirely bypassing the normal PW admin backend. => My question is: since PW can build the types of apps above, what can Laravel and Symfony do that PW cannot? Thanks for any insights! Peter
  2. Hello there, ProcessWire has been the perfect CMS for me so far but I always missed the Laravel way of doing things when working with PW. Therefore I've built a package that will integrate Laravel into ProcessWire. It's already working out really well and I can imagine a lot of stuff to come in future. Anyways I'm hoping for some peoples support / pull requests / ideas / opinions ... Here's the link: https://github.com/hettiger/larawire Enjoy!
  3. I'm incorporating PW into a Laravel site layout. For the Login/Logout links, I have: <?php if ( !wire('user')->isGuest() && wire('user')->id && wire("user")->isLoggedin() ) { echo '<li><a href="/pages/control/">Admin</li> <li><a href="/pages/control/login/logout/">Logout</li>'; } else echo '<li><a href="/pages/control/login/">Login</li>'; ?> I started with just wire('user')->isLoggedin(), and that didn't seem to work, so searching around the forums added in the other items. Basically, whether I'm logged in or not, I always see a Login link. If I dd/datadump (a Laravel function) the wire('user') I get what looks like the PW user class. So I've included the PW index.php correctly into my Laravel bootstrap/start.php. As an aside, $wire->user->isLoggedIn() doesn't work. It's probably some conflict with Laravel. Switching to use wire('user')->isLoggedIn() let me work, though it gives the wrong result. EDIT 1: It works fine on the pages that are pure PW, just not any that are Laravel driven.
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