Create and serialize a cookie from a JWT token:
- secure: the cookie is inaccessible from the client side to prevent cross-site scripting and can only be sent over HTTPS
- memory efficient: cookie is decoded instead of being saved into memory
Here's an example to create a cookie from an authorization bearer containing a JWT token.
const http =const cookie =http
Default configuration can be overridden by passing cookie options as a third argument. MaxAge is not created from the token to allow more control over the cookie expiration date.
npm install cookie-token --save
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