Full Stack Boilerplate with JWT Authentication
Full Stack boilerplate with JWT authentication.
Built with React, Typescript, Node, Express, GraphQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, and Webpack.
Uses custom hooks and code splitting optimization via route-based component lazy loading with the Suspense component.
Unexpired tokens on sign-out are stored in a redis list and checked against on all authentication attempts.
Clone the repo:
git clone https://github.com/scottjason/ts-boilerplate-graphql-postgres.git
Then cd into the root directory and run
.env file in the root directory of the repo with the following, and update the values:
JWT_SECRET=enter your JWT secret, a long random string DEV_ORIGIN=http://localhost:8080 PROD_ORIGIN=Enter your production origin REDIS_URL=Enter your redis url ie redis://... REDIS_TLS_URL=Enter your redis tls url ie rediss://... DEV_DB_HOST=localhost DEV_DB_USER=yourname DEV_DB_PASSWORD=yourpassword DEV_DB_NAME=testdb DEV_DB_DIALECT=postgres DEV_DB_MAX=5 DEV_DB_MIN=0 DEV_DB_ACQUIRE=30000
npm run dev to start development and your browser should open to
To build the production bundle, run
npm run build
Deployed to Heroku, preview app.
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