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Laravel CSRF & $.ajax() — September 8, 2016

Laravel CSRF & $.ajax()

Laravel has a nice built in feature to prevent Cross Site Request Forgeries. In each form you simply drop in a {{ csrf_field() }} and you end up with an _token field that Laravel sniffs out on each submission. If it doesn’t match the sent token the submission fails.

I was trying to use JQuery and retrieve data and faced the problem that my token never matches as my $.ajax() command was not sending it.

There’s more than one way to skin a cat. You need to get the _token parameter into the $.ajax() request. You can either use blade to write it into your JavaScript, fetch it using a JQuery selector or probably the easiest way make it part of the $.ajax() call by default.

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