Hi! I want to know, is there a reason why Flarum uses an entire table for access tokens? (And deletes them?)
From what I see, Laravel has remember tokens stores as a column in the users table. And only gets updated when the user chooses
remember me and is empty otherwise. And session tokens aren't stored in the DB.
Whereas Flarum stores remember and session tokens in the access tokens table. And deletes the entire row when the user logs out.
So why does Flarum have this system instead of being similar to Laravel's? What are the pros and cons?