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Easily Migrate Your Existing Users to Auth0

User migration is a dreaded, sometimes unavoidable task that is difficult for developers, inconvenient for users, and expensive for business owners. The need for migrating users from one service or platform to another can stem from any number of reason...

WebAssembly Is Overdue: Thoughts on JavaScript for Large Projects

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[special]At Auth0, most of our software is developed using JavaScript. We make heavy use of the language both on the front and the back-end.[/special] In this article, we'll take a look at JavaScript's usefulness as a general purpose language and give ...

Redux Authentication: Secure Your Application with Auth0

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Redux is all the rage in the React community and beyond right now, and with good reason. It's a library created by Dan Abramov that brings sanity to handling unidirectional data flow and allows developers to use powerful development features like time ...

Easy AngularJS Authentication with Auth0

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Authentication for single page apps can be a tricky matter. In many cases, SPA architecture involves having an isolated front-end application with a framework like AngularJS, and a separate backend that serves as a data API to feed the front-end. In th...