Create-react-app with AWS Amplify Auth

This auth starter implements withAuthenticator HOC to provide a basic authentication flow for signing up signing in users as well as protected client side routing using AWS Amplify. Auth features: User sign up, User sign in, Multi-factor Authentication, User sign-out.

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Amplify Auth

Deploy with the AWS Amplify Console

The AWS Amplify Console provides hosting for fullstack serverless web apps. Learn more. Deploy this app to your AWS account with a single click:


The Amplify Console will fork this repo in your GitHub account, and then build and deploy your backend and frontend in a single workflow. Your app will be available at

Run locally with the Amplify CLI

  1. Clone the repo that was just forked in your account

git clone [email protected]:<username>/create-react-app-auth-amplify.git

cd create-react-app-auth-amplify && npm install
  1. Import the backend environment deployed by the Amplify Console to your repo (the amplify/team-provider.json file contains information on all backend environments in your AWS account). The GIF below shows how you to copy the amplify env import command from the Amplify Console.

  1. Paste this command into your terminal at the root of your repo. You should see the amplify/team-provider.json updated with a backend named amplify.

amplify pull

or check file in amplify folder


  1. Run locally
npm start

Checkout Nader Dabit’s Complete Guide to User Authentication.


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