• tredstone

    tredstone

    2 years ago
    thank you
  • tredstone

    tredstone

    2 years ago
    Hi again, i was looking at the documentation for the SuperToken config, and i have a question about this: // get: undefined, // is a function of type: () => Promisestring // } This is for the 'accessToken' section of the config. is 'get' asking for a function that returns a promise that resolves a string?
  • Everybody

    Everybody

    2 years ago
    I'm missing a post here.
  • Everybody

    Everybody

    2 years ago
    Deleted?
  • Everybody

    Everybody

    2 years ago
    A notif wouldve been nice; time went into making it.
  • tredstone

    tredstone

    2 years ago
    i was looking at this page: https://supertokens.github.io/supertokens-node-mysql-ref-jwt/docs/backend/usage-with-express/initialisation and going through the optional parameters for the 'accessToken' portion of the config
  • Everybody

    Everybody

    2 years ago
    Is there info about why the demo only works on Mozilla Desktop? What is the limitation
  • tredstone

    tredstone

    2 years ago
    Good question, hopefully its a very front end specific implementation for their example
  • tredstone

    tredstone

    2 years ago
    could be a browser nuance they only have with FF
  • r

    rp

    2 years ago
    @tredstone yes, get is a function that returns a promise that resolves to a string. The string is the custom JWT signing key.