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    Laravel Breeze and Jetstream are both starter kits that automatically scaffold your application with the routes, controllers, and views you need to register and authenticate your application’s users.

    This means you no longer have to create login and registration form as well as its logic are just a few of the features of both the starter kits.

    Jetstream is more powerful Breeze but if you don’t need advanced features like 2 factor authentication and session monitoring , Breeze is just fine.

    This is a thread on the difference between Laravel Breeze and Jetstream.

    Anyone is free to share their knowledge and opinions.

    #383
    dan
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    (1) On Profile Management, users can delete their account. 2FA is also installed by default.

    #384

    (2) Jetstream use Laravel Fortify for authentication . Classes can be found in App/Actions folder.
    Breeze does not use Laravel Fortify. Authentication classes can be found in Http/Controllers/Auth

    #386
    dan
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    (3) ” Unlike Fortify, Breeze publishes its routes and controllers directly into your application. This allows you to study and get comfortable with Laravel’s authentication features before allowing Laravel Fortify to implement these features for you. “

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