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Since HTTP driven applications are stateless, sessions provide a way to store information about the user across requests. Laravel ships with a variety of session back-ends available for use through a clean, unified API. Support for popular back-ends such as Memcached, Redis, and databases is included out of the box.

The session configuration is stored in app/config/session.php. Be sure to review the well documented options available to you in this file. By default, Laravel is configured to use the native session driver, which will work well for the majority of applications.

Session Usage

Storing An Item In The Session

Session::put('key', 'value');

Push A Value Onto An Array Session Value

Session::push('user.teams', 'developers');

Retrieving An Item From The Session

$value = Session::get('key');

Retrieving An Item Or Returning A Default Value

$value = Session::get('key', 'default');

$value = Session::get('key', function() { return 'default'; });

Retrieving All Data From The Session

$data = Session::all();

Determining If An Item Exists In The Session

if (Session::has('users'))

Removing An Item From The Session


Removing All Items From The Session


Regenerating The Session ID


Flash Data

Sometimes you may wish to store items in the session only for the next request. You may do so using the Session::flash method:

Session::flash('key', 'value');

Reflashing The Current Flash Data For Another Request


Reflashing Only A Subset Of Flash Data

Session::keep(array('username', 'email'));

Database Sessions

When using the database session driver, you will need to setup a table to contain the session items. Below is an example Schema declaration for the table:

Schema::create('sessions', function($table)

Of course, you may use the session:table Artisan command to generate this migration for you!

php artisan session:table

composer dump-autoload

php artisan migrate

Session Drivers

The session "driver" defines where session data will be stored for each request. Laravel ships with several great drivers out of the box:

Note: The array driver is typically used for running unit tests, so no session data will be persisted.

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