Authentication in Node.js - Adding Validation - This is a continuation on the piece I wrote about adding Authentication into a Node project using HTTP cookies, BCrypt and JWT tokens.
Authentication in Node.js - Adding Validation
This is a continuation on the piece I wrote about adding Authentication into a Node project using HTTP cookies, BCrypt and JWT tokens. Previously, I had set up my application to accept an incoming request where a user was signing up. I then took that info, hashed the password, saved the input data in my database and then returned a signed token which would be stored on the client side as an HTTP cookie. If you’d like to revisit those steps they can be found here, otherwise let’s start with a ‘login’ route and add some validation to our backend application.
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In this Node.js Lesson, we are going to talk about the internals of Nodejs. This article will guide how node js works and how it can handle async tasks. What will happen if ten requests come at once? Will it handle one request and discard the other 9? or will it create a queue and serve each one by one. We will answer all these questions in this and coming lesson. Let's start.
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