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    @forrestjs/service-hash

    4.5.3 • Public • Published

    @forrestjs/service-hash

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    ForrestJS service which helps hashing stuff with bcrypt.

    Usage

    service-hash decorates the Hooks App Context with a hash.encode() and hash.compare() helpers:

    const hooks = require('@forrestjs/core');
    hooks.registerAction({
      hook: hooks.FINISH,
      handler: async (args, ctx) => {
        const encoded = await ctx.hash.encode('foo');
        console.log(encoded);
    
        const isValid = await ctx.hash.compare('foo', encoded);
        console.log(isValid);
      },
    });

    After the Hooks App initializes, you can simply import the helpers and use it straight:

    const { encode, compare } = require('@forrestjs/service-jwt');
    
    const encoded = await ctx.hash.encode('foo');
    const isValid = await ctx.hash.compare('foo', encoded);

    Configuration

    NOTE: the salt setting is optional, if not provided, a new salt will be generated at boot time and logged out as "info" message.

    Environment

    NOTE: it is important to list service-hash AFTER service-env so that any kind of environment configuration is available to be used.

    HASH_ROUNDS=5
    HASH_SALT=xxx

    Config

    registerAction({
      hook: SETTINGS,
      handler: ({ setConfig }) => {
        setConfig('jwt.rounds', 5);
        setConfig('jwt.salt', '$2a$05$EWFE8/77wXdbYuzyx9Golu');
      },
    });

    Fastify integration

    const feature = {
      hook: '$FASTIFY_GET',
      handler: {
        url: '/hash/encode/:input',
        handler: async (request) => request.hash.encode(request.params.input),
      },
    };

    Install

    npm i @forrestjs/service-hash

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    Version

    4.5.3

    License

    MIT

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