• d

    Deleted User

    10 months ago
    any plans to bring supertokens to vuejs?
  • r

    rp

    10 months ago
    @Deleted User we do plan on providing helper functions for vanillaJS (hence for vuejs). There functions will take care of a lot of logic like calling the backend APIs, handling browser state during social login etc. They should be used with your UI.
  • r

    rp

    10 months ago
    However, we don’t have plans anytime soon to provide UI for vuejs.
  • r

    rp

    10 months ago
    We did fiddle around with making UI for vanilla JS. And we might do it. Just need to figure out how to do it in a way that makes sense. But this will only happen after we do what I said above. So at least 2-3 months down the line..
  • Ankur Tyagi

    Ankur Tyagi

    10 months ago
    Hey! Awesome People. I’m Ankur Tyagi An enthusiastic software engineer. I develop/test web applications, mentor budding developers, and create content for the web. Looking forward to connecting with you all & discussing more about Super Tokens.
  • p

    porcellus

    10 months ago
    Hi 🙂
  • r

    rp

    10 months ago
    Hi! 👋
  • ?

    user

    10 months ago
    Hi folks, I'm Dean. I am a software engineering student and also have secured funding for a startup as of recently. We are building a web marketplace. Within our project, we are generally looking for solutions that have both managed solutions and open source self host equivalents for almost all dependencies. Supertokens seemed like a good choice to implement authentication without a lot of vendor lockin. I'm excited to start working with SuperTokens for authentication.
  • r

    rp

    10 months ago
    Welcome @User ! Congrats on securing investment. We are excited to have you here. Let me know how I can help.
  • ?

    user

    10 months ago
    I have a question for anyone who might know, as I am impelmenting, I am simply replacing the very basic JWT auth from the NestJS docs. I followed the NestJS implementation guide, and I see that there is a 'GetSession' decorator. From the session, you can do a DB call on the User ID and get the rest I suppose, but you would be doing that over and over again. I am wondering if it is possible to implement the GetUser decorator like from the Passpost strategy. Specifically, a decorator that makes a DB call using Mikro-ORM. This is the passport strategy I was using: https://pastebin.com/QfFXfAHz . I guess the question becomes, how do I set the user on the request chain using this implementation like I did with the Passport Strategy? This might be something I should ask in the NestJS discord, was just wondering if someone already had a solution for this.