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GuardianAuth

This is the working example of ** Guardian Authentication ** implemented using the ** Postgresql ** database. In this example I am using the default localhost for live authentication for live database.

Features

  • User Registrations Listing Editing and Deleting
  • User Sessions Creation/Deletion
  • If the new user is created, a session is automatically created and treating that user as a logged in user automatically.
  • Authentication Url Redirection.

If the user try to visit the unauthorized urls with out logging in then he is redirected to login page. If he already logged in and trying to visit login page, if the token is still exists, he is redirected to authenticated users.

Technologies

The following are the versions used at the time of writing this template.

  • Elixir 1.5.1
  • Erlang 20.0
  • Phoenix 1.3.0

Authentication Elixir Modules

  • Guardian ~> 0.14
  • bcrypt_elixir ~> 1.0
  • comeonin ~> 4.0

** NOTE ** For bcrypt_elixir version 1.0, you need to be using Erlang 20.0
Downgrade to bcrypt_elixir version 0.12, if you use the older version of the Erlang 19.

Usage

You can use this as an Authentication Template or Boilerplate and start focussing on your development instead of spending time in writing user signin and signout.
Just clone it using the url https://github.com/blackode/guardian_auth.git and change the MODULE NAMES and APP_NAMES according to your project.

Starting Server

To start your Phoenix server:

  • Install dependencies with mix deps.get
  • Create and migrate your database with mix ecto.create && mix ecto.migrate
  • Install Node.js dependencies with cd assets && npm install
  • Start Phoenix endpoint with mix phx.server

Now you can visit localhost:4000 from your browser.

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