User management in Vue.js with AWS Cognito

Using AWS Cognito, Amplify and aws-amplify-vue components to facilitate user management and authentication in a Vue.js web app

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Introduction

Implementation

AWS Cognito CloudFormation configuration

The serverless.yml file, now with AWS Cognito CloudFormation configuration

Update Vue.js environment variables

Install the aws-amplify and aws-amplify-vue dependencies in the Vue.js project

yarn add aws-amplify aws-amplify-vue#ornpm i --save aws-amplify aws-amplify-vue

Create the aws-exports.js file

Update the appsync.js to use a JWT

Update main.js to use AWS Amplify

Update router.js to guard auth-required routes

Create the Header.vue component

Render the header in App.vue

Add the amplify-authenticator to the FrontDoor.vue component

Conclusions

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