Authenticating React Apps With Auth0 (smashingmagazine.com)
Nov 11, 2020
In this article, we’ll learn how to authenticate our React apps using Auth0. We will also learn how to set up Social Logins in our apps. This article will be beneficial to readers who want to add some form of authentication to their apps or want to get familiar with Auth0.
The Complete Guide to Next.js Authentication (dev.to)
Sep 21, 2020
In this guide you will learn how to implement authentication in a Next.js app. I will cover client authentication, authenticated server-rendered pages, authenticated API routes, protected routes, and redirects.
Authentication Patterns for Next.js (leerob.io)
Aug 17, 2020
Authentication verifies who a user is, while authorization controls what a user can access. Next.js supports multiple patterns for authentication, each designed for different use cases. This guide will allow you to choose your adventure based on your constraints.
How to Persist a Logged-in User in React (freecodecamp.org)
Jun 15, 2020
If you run a quick Google search for persisting a logged-in user in React (or keeping a user logged in in React), you don't get a lot of straightforward results. There aren't really any easy to follow examples on how to achieve this. So I decided I had to write that simple guide.
Simple Auth Setup for Your React App (arunoda.me)
May 22, 2020
I recently got super excited about Deeplearning, and wanted to share my experience. So, I created Deeplearning Mantra. I needed to add login functionality to it, but existing solutions are not that simple and hard to manage.
NextJS OAuth with Passport + Github (zemuldo.com)
Mar 14, 2020
User Authentication with Next.js (jolvera.biz)
Feb 20, 2019
User authentication with Next.js has been one of the most requested examples by the community. The GitHub issue had more than 300 likes and hundreds of comments with recommendations and proposals.
User Accounts with Next.js — An Extensive Tutorial (medium.com)
Oct 19, 2018
There is an issue on the next.js repo that has been open since the early days of the project (October 2016), it’s called Add login / authentication example and is one of 2 issues tagged Priority: OMG Maximum. The issue has 185 comments, many of which mine (I joined the conversation in February 2017).