… does not exist
However it did take some of my time to figure this one out as the response code was really in my webserver logfiles and as usual… I was not the first to run into this problem, see: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46266553/why-laravel-api-return-419-status-code-on-post-and-put-method
You get a 419 status code, if an (external) script tries to post to your Laravel application, without the o-so-needed CSRF token.
First option is to change in App\Http\Middleware\VerifyCsrfToken:
protected $except = [ ‘/*’, ];
(or maybe something more specific and a little more safe, like ‘/myapiurl/*’,)
Second option is to put the route in api.php instead of web.php, but that implies prefixing all your routes with /api/
… your choice!