10 examples of 'jsonwebtoken npm' in JavaScript

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54public get token() {
55 return jwt.sign({
56 id: this.id,
57 role: this.role
58 }, process.env.JWT_KEY);
59}
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28function _generateToken(user: User): string {
29 // Only add essential information to the JWT
30 const jwtUser: IJsonWebTokenContents = {
31 id: user._id,
32 roles: user.roles
33 }
34
35 return JWT.sign(jwtUser, env.JWT_SECRET, {
36 expiresIn: '7d'
37 })
38}
49function createRefreshToken(userId) {
50 return jwt.sign(
51 {
52 userId,
53 type: "refresh"
54 },
55 AUTH_SECRET,
56 {
57 expiresIn: REFRESH_TOKEN_EXPIRE_SECONDS,
58 issuer: JWT_ISSUER
59 }
60 );
61}
10export function createToken(id, callback) {
11
12 const helper = utility.setSessionKey(id);
13
14 const token = jwt.sign({
15 _id: id,
16 _verify: helper.verify
17 }, config.secret, {
18 //noTimestamp: true
19 expiresIn: config.redis.token.time
20 });
21
22 callback(null, {
23 key: helper.key,
24 value: token
25 });
26}
9function generateToken(params = {}) {
10 return jwt.sign(params, process.env.SECRET_KEY, {
11 expiresIn: 86400,
12 });
13}
6static generateToken(user: IUser, isMediaToken: boolean = false) {
7 const data: any = {_id: user._id.toString()};
8 if (isMediaToken) {
9 // This isMediaToken property signifies that the token is only meant for media access, i.e. for images, videos, PDFs and so on.
10 // In the rest of the codebase (API back-end & App front-end) the special token with this property is called the mediaToken.
11 // It is explicitly NOT valid for any regular user operations, like viewing pages (that require the user to be logged-in).
12 // Thus, in combination with randomized unguessable filenames, URLs that have a mediaToken attached are technically sharable.
13 // Since the token will also expire eventually, any accidental leak of an URL with mediaToken should be contained automatically.
14 // (Unless the affected files are replicated and distributed by other means prior to the expiration of course.)
15 data.isMediaToken = true;
16 }
17 return sign(
18 data,
19 config.secret,
20 {
21 expiresIn: 10080 // in seconds
22 }
23 );
24}
5function signToken(user: Object) {
6 const roleinfo = user.roles[0].name;
7 const payload: AuthToken = {
8 issuer: 'boldr',
9 subject: user.id,
10 algorithms: ['HS256'],
11 expiresIn: '7 days',
12 email: user.email,
13 role: roleinfo,
14 };
15 return jwt.sign(payload, config.token.secret);
16}
40static generateToken(user) {
41 const token = jwt.sign(
42 {
43 id: user.userId,
44 role: user.role,
45 email: user.email.toLowerCase(),
46 },
47 process.env.SECRET,
48 {
49 expiresIn: 172800
50 }
51 );
52
53 return token;
54}
53public async verifyToken(token: string) {
54 return (await jwt.verify(token, jwtSettings.secretKey)) as IJwtPayload;
55}
49export function generateToken (userId) {
50 return jwt.sign({ userId }, getAppKey())
51}

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