Peer Dampmann's Blog: Node.js, MongoDB, JWT, BCrypt and authentication

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If you write software for end-users today you need a really wide-ranging knowledge. One thing you need to deal with regularly is the question about where to save your data. It is very common to save data on a computer in the WAN or a LAN to make sure the data is available everywhere. You will need to distinguish different users. Your users will have to authenticate with a username and password combination. This is something we need so often in our daily work so that I want to describe a handy way to do so.


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