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nodejs-api-starter - Boilerplate and tooling for authoring data API backends with Node

  •    Javascript

This project was bootstraped with Node.js API Starter Kit (support).The API server must become available at http://localhost:8080/graphql (live demo).




login-with - Stateless login-with microservice for OAuth

  •    Javascript

You can deploy with now or Docker (for mandatory and optional env variables see below). This microservice must run in a subdomain of yours, e.g. login.yourdomain.com.

passport-local-mongoose - Passport-Local Mongoose is a Mongoose plugin that simplifies building username and password login with Passport

  •    Javascript

Passport-Local Mongoose is a Mongoose plugin that simplifies building username and password login with Passport. Passport-Local Mongoose does not require passport, passport-local or mongoose dependencies directly but expects you to have these dependencies installed.

permit - An unopinionated authentication library for building Node.js APIs.

  •    Javascript

An unopinionated authentication library for building Node.js APIs. Permit makes it easy to add an authentication layer to any Node.js API. It can be used with any of the popular server frameworks (eg. Express, Koa, Hapi, Fastify) and it can be used for any type of API (eg. REST, GraphQL, etc.) due to its simple, unopinionated design.

node-express-mongoose - A boilerplate application for building web apps using express, mongoose and passport

  •    Javascript

A boilerplate application for building web apps using express, mongoose and passport. Read the wiki to understand how the application is structured.


node-express-mongoose-demo - A simple demo app using express, mongoose, passport for beginners

  •    Javascript

This is a demo node.js application illustrating various features used in everyday web development, with a fine touch of best practices. The demo app is a blog application where users (signing up using facebook, twitter, github and simple registrations) can create an article, delete an article and add comments on the article. and replace the values there. In production env, it is not safe to keep the ids and secrets in a file, so you need to set it up via commandline. If you are using heroku checkout how environment variables are set here.

rest - REST API generator with Node.js, Express and Mongoose

  •    Javascript

📹 Watch this video for an overview on how to use generator-rest and deploy your project to Heroku. If you find this useful, please don't forget to star ⭐️ the repo, as this will help to promote the project. Follow me on Twitter and GitHub to keep updated about this project and others.

chat

  •    Javascript

A Real Time Chat Application built using Node.js, Express, Mongoose, Socket.io, Passport, & Redis. Make sure you have Node.js and npm installed.

builderbook - Open-source web app. Built with React, Material-UI, Next, Express, Mongoose, MongoDB.

  •    Javascript

Builder Book is an open source web app to publish documentation or books. The app is built with React/Material-UI/Next/Express/Mongoose/MongoDB and includes these third party APIs: Google, Github, AWS SES, Mailchimp, Stripe. We've used this builderbook project to build saas, async, and other real-world web apps.

connect-roles - Provides dynamic roles based authorisation for node.js connect and express servers.

  •    Javascript

Connect roles is designed to work with connect or express. It is an authorisation provider, not an authentication provider. It is designed to support context sensitive roles/abilities, through the use of middleware style authorisation strategies. If you're looking for an authentication system I suggest you check out passport.js, which works perfectly with this module.

passport.socketio - access passport.js authenticated user information from socket.io connection

  •    Javascript

Access passport.js user information from a socket.io connection. Always provide one. If you don't know what sessionStore to use, have a look at this list. Also be sure to use the same sessionStore or at least a connection to the same collection/table/whatever. And don't forget your express.session() middleware: app.use(express.session({ store: awesomeSessionStore })); For further info about this middleware see the official documentation.

saas - Build your own SaaS product with SaaS boilerplate app

  •    TypeScript

Open source web app that saves you weeks of work when building your own SaaS product. To run locally, you will need to run two apps: api and app.