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Making an OTP Lock for Windows Applications or Games — using Go and React Native

Making an OTP Lock with Go and React Native
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A simple hobby project that makes use of Go, to create the locker part and React Native to generate the OTP to unlock. It’s an offline project.

The Idea and Backstory

So my wanted to prevent my two nephews to not be able to access games at their leisure, rather something where they can…

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Abhinav Dabral

Abhinav Dabral

Software developer, currently aboard the ReactJS and React Native bandwagon, who likes to spend his weekends on personal projects 📟 or road-trips 🛵

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