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APIs and Authentication on the Jamstack

The first “A” in the Jamstack stands for “APIs” and is a key contributor to what makes working with static sites so powerful. APIs give developers the freedom to offload complexity and provide avenues for including dynamic functionality to an otherwise static site. Often, accessing an API requires validating the authenticity of a request. This frequently manifests in the form of authentication (auth) and can be done either client side or server side depending on the service used and the … Read article “APIs and Authentication on the Jamstack”

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Building a Real-Time Chat App with React and Firebase

In this article, we’ll cover key concepts for authenticating a user with Firebase in a real-time chat application. We’ll integrate third-party auth providers (e.g. Google, Twitter and GitHub) and, once users are signed in, we’ll learn how to store user chat data in the Firebase Realtime Database, where we can sync data with a NoSQL cloud database.… Read article “Building a Real-Time Chat App with React and Firebase”

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Protecting Vue Routes with Navigation Guards

Authentication is a necessary part of every web application. It is a handy means by which we can personalize experiences and load content specific to a user — like a logged in state. It can also be used to evaluate permissions, and prevent otherwise private information from being accessed by unauthorized users.

A common practice that applications use to protect content is to house them under specific routes and build redirect rules that navigate users toward or away from a … Read article “Protecting Vue Routes with Navigation Guards”