This post will provide some high level insight into how I used Auth0 for user authentication but also for API authorization, while also using their Lock widget for logging in.
After a few weeks of frustration and times that I wanted to give up on securing the API, I finally did it with using Auth0 with the help of jsonwebtoken.
Thought it was going to be more difficult, but it was apparently easier than I had thought!
Ended up getting sidetracked by a PHP application that a friend needed help on, but I was still able to get some stuff done!
What happens when we don't want to delete outdated records and also not want them on the main screen? Let's archive them!
Nothing beats listening to some Coldplay and working on something fun like this. I added an amount allocated total and two date fields for picking out the "from" and "to" date periods for each card!
Added some delete and update functionality to the expenses and the expense cards.
It's been awhile since I provided an update on how my React learning is going with Project Expense Cards.
Just HOW do you update a List that's inside a Map that's inside a List of Maps with ImmutableJS without ripping out your hair in frustration? Check inside!
More fun things to learn: NodeJS, Express, and SequelizeJS!