Learn how to control access to certain parts of your app by implementing user authentication with JWT. In a modern web application, it’s likely that you’ll need to make parts of your app private so that not just anyone on the internet can access everything in your app. But if you want some users to be able to access those restricted parts, this requires implementing some form of user authentication to your app, so that your users can create an account, and later log back into that account, to access your protected content.
In Vue Mastery’s Token-Based Authentication course, we walk through the process of creating a front-end authentication solution for a Vue.js app using JSON Web Tokens.
While there are many options for authenticating users in a Vue app, we’ve chosen to teach JWT because it offers a straightforward solution that doesn’t rely on any specific third-party services. If you end up using a different option, many of the concepts we are teaching here will still be quite helpful when you need to implement authentication in your app.
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