# Frontend API Call

We have to create Laravel APIs before testing the frontend API Call. We have used the same API endpoint that is created here.

Now, we have to change the baseURL of the axios like below.

import axios from 'axios'

const axiosIns = axios.create({
  // You can add your headers here
  // ================================
  baseURL: '',
  // timeout: 1000,
  // headers: {'X-Custom-Header': 'foobar'}

export default axiosIns


You can change the baseURL, timeout, and headers according to your requirement.

We have implemented register method in our register.vue file. You can find this file here: resources/{ts/js}/pages/register/.vue

const register = () => {
  axios.post<RegisterResponse>('/auth/register', {
    username: username.value,
    email: email.value,
    password: password.value,
    .then(r => {
      const { accessToken, userData, userAbilities } = r.data

      localStorage.setItem('userAbilities', JSON.stringify(userAbilities))

      localStorage.setItem('userData', JSON.stringify(userData))
      localStorage.setItem('accessToken', JSON.stringify(accessToken))

      // Redirect to `to` query if exist or redirect to index route
      router.replace(route.query.to ? String(route.query.to) : '/')

      return null
    .catch(e => {
      const { errors: formErrors } = e.response.data

      errors.value = formErrors

Replace register method with below method which includes the API call.


This is just showing how to use axios to make API calls for authentication. Please consider checking below resources for valid API response.

FAQ: How to check what frontend expects in API response

const register = () => {
    name: username.value,
    email: email.value,
    password: password.value,
    c_password: password.value,
  }).then(response => {
    console.log('response >>>', response);

Open your console and you should see following API response



Repeat the same process for Login, get user and logout APIs to authenticate user, get user details and logout the user.