Airlock has been renamed to Sanctum: https://blog.laravel.com/airlock-renamed-to-sanctum
We take a look at using Laravel Airlock for Mobile Authentication. If you’ve used token-based Auth package in the past, Airlock works the same way. We hit an endpoint and receive a token that has to be stored locally on the device. For subsequent requests to protected routes, that token has to be passed as an Authorization header.
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