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Welcome to the SLVerifier readme!

Here you can learn how to use it, configure it or even improve it.

We use several dependencies which will be removed in the future in order to have a module that is not dependent on any other.


🪄 How does it works?

Slverifier is an authentication api. With it you will be able to create your connection interfaces while having a maximum security. We use the power of bcrypt encryption to protect user data. Slverifier stores user data in a SQLite database.

Our final goal is to make the whole api configurable so that it can be used in a maximum of cases.

💡 Please note that the data saved in the database is encrypted, so it will be impossible to retrieve a password, an email or any other information from an account.


The installation of slverifier is really simple. You just have to import the module via this command:

npm install slverifier

You can then take advantage of the api by simply starting your project.

Now you just have to initialize the module, here is how to do it:

const slverifier = require('slverifier');


Using slverifier is super simple, but before you can fully experience its power, you need to configure it properly. To do this, follow the instructions below.

Step 1 - Choose your database type

SlVerifier is providing two database type :
- Self hosted (SQLite)
- MySQL External Database (MySQL)

Both of theses systems work great but If you decide to use MySQL external you will need to create a new table with somes colums inside it. Please follow this structure:

Step 2 - Modify the config.json

Step 3 - Use HTTP Request

Step 4 - Use Functions


If you have any problems using our api, you can contact us on the support server via the link below:


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