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User Account Management and Login System


Last updated on October 30, 2020

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Low-code Login System

This is a user account management and login system. The low-code Rich Display named login.json can be placed in front of any application to provide a secure login.

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The system provides the ability to:

  • Sign in
  • Create an account
  • Validate that a chosen password is not weak
  • Generate, store, and validate a password hash
  • Verify an email address
  • Reset a password

Configuring Email

The login system uses email to verify accounts. To setup email, update the "mailTransport" property in the .noderun/settings.json file with your NodeMailer SMTP transport details. To see this file, set Show Hidden to Yes on the Files tab.

Next, customize the Email Templates in the following low-code routines:

  • send email verification code
  • send password reset code

Then, remove the Terminate step in each of the routines.

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Until email is configured, you can view the generated codes in the server log (in Profound.js Spaces, select Server => View Server Logs). This will allow you to test the system without configuring email.

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