Waterlock Local Auth
waterlock-local-auth is a module for waterlock providing a local authentication method for users either based on username or email.
npm install waterlock-local-auth
set the following option in your
waterlock.js config file
authMethod:name: "waterlock-local-auth"passwordReset:tokens: boolean // object containing information regarding password resets// object containing information about your smtp server, see nodemailermail:options: string // how it is use te transport method, see nodemailerfrom: string // the from addresssubject: string // the email subject for password reset emailsforwardUrl: string // the url to send the user to after they have clicked the password reset link in their inbox (e.g. a form on your site which POST to `/auth/reset`)// object containing template information for the reset emailstemplate:file: string // the relative path to the `jade` template for the reset emailsvars: object // object containing any vars you want passed to the template for renderingcreateOnNotFound: boolean // should local auth try to create the user on a failed login attempt, good if you do not want to implement a registration form.
Local auth adds the following attributes onto the Auth model
email:type: 'email'unique: truepassword:type: 'STRING'minLength: 8resetToken:model: 'resetToken'
with the way waterlock is designed and this model you can override any of these attributes, also if you want to use a username instead of an email address you can drop in the
username attribute which is a signification key causing local auth to use that to authenticate.
Waterlock uses nodemailer to send password reset emails. The options in the config file are applied to nodemailer as such
var mail = configpasswordResetmail;nodemailer;
if you choose to go with this option then a user upon visiting the url
/auth/reset with a post param of
resetToken session variable. After this if you have set a
forwardUrl in your
waterlock.js config file the user will be forwarded to this page.
If you want to take advantage of the built in reset itself have the page you sent your user to above
/auth/reset with the post param of
password If all is well a password reset will be issued.
You can customize the email template used in the password reset via the template file defined in
config/waterlock.js this template file is rendered with the fun and dynamic
jade markup, the view var
url is generated and passed to it when a user requests and password reset. You can customize this template to your liking and pass any other view vars you wish to it via the
vars options in the js file.
Your user can simply try to login to
/login if the user is not found one will be created using waterlines