Build an Apollo Graphql user authentication for your React app - part 2
August 29, 2019
In my last post we built a Graphql API that handles user authentication and authorization. In particular we added a loginUser query that returns a JWT token. This token can be used to access restricted resources. In this post I will show what the implementation looks like on Reacts side. Walking through this guide requires basic React knowledge. We will use React Router for routing, React Hooks for executing Graphql queries and Matieral-UI for the component framework.
My favorite podcasts
August 29, 2019
I love podcast and now spend more time than ever listening. It is a growing business and therefore there are tons of good and bad podcasts. Let’s talk about the good ones. Here are my favourites:
Build an Apollo Graphql user authentication for your React app - part 1
August 27, 2019
I am currently building an Apollo Graphql API and a React web application. The application requires a user authentication functionality in order to enforce access restrictions on the Graphql endpoint. Apollo Graphql does not provide an out-of-the-box-solution and therefore I would like to present my solution.
Sea, Sheeps and Windmills
August 16, 2019
I visited a good friend in Nothern Germany. As he lives off the grid I took the chance to make a short cycle trip and explore the northern Frisian land.
The sound of RÜFÜS DU SOL
August 3, 2019
RÜFÜS DU SOL is alternative dance group from Australia. I love their music since the very beginning. Their mesmerizing vocals and chill dance vibes makes it the perfect music while commuting or relaxing at home. Tune in into their latest album: Solace
Thoughts on deception
July 25, 2019
I am currently reading The redemption of Time by Baoshu. It is a fan-fiction of the three-body problem trilogy. A science fiction series that was appraised by Obama himself. The fan-fiction became popular as well, so popular that it was first honored by the author of the three-body problem and then turned into a book.
July 8, 2019
This post gets a bit abstract. I felt uneasy publishing it. Usually, I write about solid and measurable matters. But this time I wanna talk about an unusual topic. A less graspable. Its about how we perceive ourself and our environment. How we put ourselves into perspective. I wanna talk about the very distinction between individual and environment and why it matters.
My Webapp Tech Stack
July 1, 2019
In this post I am going to present you my personal tech stack for web development. I want to tell more about the technologies and methodologies I am using to build web applications. In that sense it would be glad if you share your stack and methodologies in the comment section.
O3M 81 - Berne
June 30, 2019
It’s been a while since my last playlist. But, I still got one up my sleeves:
Simple Hugo page search with Lunr.js
June 10, 2019
Hugo is static website engine and acutally used to generated this blog post. Due to its static nature, there is now way to provide serverside capablities for dynamic lookups such as used by a search feature. Everything dynamically has to be done client side. In this post I am going to setup a search page for a Hugo site the most simple way.