Tool / Authentication

    Amplify Authentication

    https://docs.amplify.aws/lib/auth/getting-started/q/platform/js

    Amplify Auth lets you quickly set up secure authentication flows with a fully-managed user directory. Control what users have access to in your mobile and web apps with Amplify Auth's built-in authorization capabilities. Click options together or use guided commands to configure email and social sign-up/sign-in, forgot password, and multi-factor auth workflows.

    Features

    Intuitive configuration

    The web-based admin UI and local CLI toolchain provide guided workflows and an intuitive use-case centric interface to add auth to your app.

    Pre-built UI components

    Use the pre-built UI components to add sign-in and sign-up workflows to your app in a few lines of code. Integrates with React, React Native, Angular, Vue, Ionic, Next.js.

    Fine-grained authorization

    The admin UI and CLI facilitate the creation of fine-grained authorization policies that specify which authenticated app users and groups can access app data, files, and APIs.

    User management

    The admin UI offers a way to manage authenticated users. Create/edit users and groups, update user properties, auto-verify signups, and more, without going through verification flows.

    Web and mobile front-end libraries

    Authentication client libraries provide a simple API interface (Auth.signIn and Auth.signUp) to build custom login experiences for your app in a few lines of code. Amplify automatically handles refreshing login tokens and signing AWS service requests with short-term credentials.

    The Amplify Framework uses Amazon Cognito as the main authentication provider. Amazon Cognito is a robust user directory service that handles user registration, authentication, account recovery & other operations. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add authentication to your application using Amazon Cognito and username/password login.

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