cognito-vue-bootstrap - This application illustrates how to use the Amazon cognito service with vue

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This application illustrates how to use the Amazon cognito service with vue.js, it includes signup, login, logout and account verification using email / sms codes. It uses bootstrap for layout. To setup this project you first need to configure the Cognito service in the AWS console then create .env file.

https://github.com/wolfeidau/cognito-vue-bootstrap

Dependencies:

amazon-cognito-identity-js : ^1.19.0
bootstrap : ^3.3.7
compression-webpack-plugin : ^1.0.0
eslint-plugin-import : ^2.7.0
eslint-plugin-node : ^5.1.1
jwt-decode : ^2.2.0
vue : ^2.4.2
vue-resource : ^1.3.4
vue-router : ^2.7.0

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