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    TonyT

    7 months ago
    Hi all I've just found SuperTokens - looks like a perfect fit for my auth requirements. I'm currently building using Remix (https://remix.run/) but don't see a clear way to integrate SuperTokens. Any ideas of the right way to do this? Thanks.
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    rp

    7 months ago
    Hey @User ,
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    rp

    7 months ago
    First, remix looks fantastic!!
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    rp

    7 months ago
    What kind of auth do you want? What features? And what's your backend written in?
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    rp

    7 months ago
    You might want to start by selecting the kind of auth you want here: https://supertokens.com/docs/community/recipes
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    TonyT

    7 months ago
    I'm looking for passwordless - OTP via email - and I see that SuperTokens has got that - perfect (https://supertokens.com/docs/passwordless/introduction). Remix provides backend and frontend. If for some reason I move away from Remix, I'd be writing the backend in Golang, probably using fiber (https://gofiber.io/).
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    rp

    7 months ago
    Alright! So we do support react for the frontend and support nodejs / python / golang on the backend.
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    TonyT

    7 months ago
    I think I'm OK for frontend integration via your react integration, but it's the backend that looks more tricky. I've looked through the guides, in particular for nodejs as that's where Remix sits. But I can't see how I would integrate. I think I need something like your guides for Express/Fastify/Next.js.
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    rp

    7 months ago
    Hmmm. Yea probably. Would you mind opening an issue about it on our github? It may not be that much work for us to add support for it. Or you could add it too. Basically, you want to add the framework specific implementation for remix here: https://github.com/supertokens/supertokens-node/tree/master/lib/ts/framework and https://github.com/supertokens/supertokens-node/tree/master/lib/ts/recipe/session/framework
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    TonyT

    7 months ago
    OK, thanks. I'll take a look.