I am not updating these docs because my focus is on my new PHP Serverless Project.

My LaSalle Software's purpose was always a mixture of learning, marketing, and a basis for my own projects. It has, and is, fulfilling these purposes magnificently!

As always, contact me with your questions.


The Laravel Framework's policies feature implements authorization.

For more details on policies, please see my Installed Domains doc.

There are three built-in authorization levels for the administrative back-end application:
  • Owner
  • Super Administrator
  • Administrator

  • Owner

  • Owners can do everything
  • You should have as few owners as possible
  • During installation, the first user to set up is an owner. This owner should be "the first among equals" as it is not delete-able:

  • Owners are able to do things for any installed domain, so generally owners belong to the admin domain, the only users to belong to admin

  • Super Administrator

  • The super administrator is restricted to things within the installed domain they are associated with

  • Super admins can do some, but not all, domain management tasks

  • Administrator

    Admins are very limited. Just the blog right now.