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Roles & Permissions dashboard
Roles & Permissions dashboard

In this example, we will show how to build a simple admin panel section to manage our users' roles and permissions.

Spatie's permission package 🙏

For this, we will use Spatie's excellent package `laravel-permission`. First, let us start by installing it following Spatie's docs.

Once the package is installed with composer and the tables are migrated, we assign the `HasRoles` Trait to our User model.

Permissions table and form

Before we start, some words of wisdom from Spatie:

"It is generally best to code your app around permissions only. That way you can always use the native Laravel @can and can() directives everywhere in your app."

So we will use permissions as the base driver here, but note that if you wish to use only roles, you may simply skip this section.

The permission form

The permissions Query

Roles table and form

First we create the table Query that displays all of our application's roles along with their associated permissions.

Next, we write the Form that will insert new roles or update existing ones. Notice how we link the roles to their respective permissions by simply adding a MultiSelect component with a name of `permissions`. This name represents the `permissions()` method of the Role class that returns a BelongsToMany relationship. Behind the scenes, Kompo syncs the selected permissions with the role when the Form is submitted.

The role form

The roles Query

Users' roles & permissions

First, this is the form that allows us to modify the user's roles and below we can see a sortable table of all our app's users, their roles and permissions.

The users roles & permissions