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This project contains code which shows how to implement your own user authentication in a Node.js web app with MongoDB.
The talk slides can be found on SpeakerDeck.
Installing this project is simple, run the following commands:
$ git clone https://github.com/rdegges/svcc-auth.git $ cd svcc-auth $ npm install $ sudo mongod & # start mongodb locally $ npm start # fire up the project!
NOTE: You must have MongoDB installed and working locally in order to run this project.
This project shows how to implement basic user authentication in a Node.js web app. The accompanying talk explains how HTTP authentication works in a group-up way for new Node.js (and web) developers.
Got questions? Hit me up! I'm email@example.com.