Note: For Node.js Express back-end, please use x-access-token header like this: Now we define a service for accessing data in user.service.js: You can see that we add a HTTP header with the help of authHeader() function when requesting authorized resource. To use Vuex in our project, we need to install it in our project. Fortunately found your Vue tutorial! Your tutorials have been a fantastic resource to learn from. I implemented the same code in a Nuxt app and it doesn’t seem to work. .then((result) => { – “using axios or AuthService directly”: call axios method for HTTP requests such as post/get or AuthService.auth() method… – “these Components should work with Vuex Store”: the store container holds your application state – think about it as single source of truth. Is it safe to pass the user to localStorage? Vue router helps us to navigate the pages of our application. After a user has successfully logged into my login form. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. How can i fix that? Hello, excellent tutorial. Then the navbar now can display based on the state. Let’s continue with Authentication Components. Hi, how did you cause the issue? Also check database so that you can make sure registration is ok before logging in. If the login is successful, go to Profile Page, otherwise, show error message. Adding a comment about how namespacing is used here may be worth considering. Of course not, that was my phone trying to be funny. Depending on User’s roles (admin, moderator, user), Navigation Bar changes its items automatically. Great series on jwt. I hope you understand the overall layers of our Vue application, and apply it in your project at ease. Hi bezkoder, thank you very much for the detailed tutorial! I like the approache with services. Testing that the router works as expected requires that the app is actually running, so this is something to test in an integration (or e2e - “end-to-end”) test, with Nightwatch or Testcafe, for example. How about to use “this.$store.getters.isLoggedIn” instead “this.$store.state.auth.status.loggedIn”? Is there a specific tool you used or maybe at least a template to create this graphic? This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Or link to a resource that can? Is there a way to just unauthorized users from the page completely? @andris that gives you access to the route object in vuex, but not to the programmatic navigation interface. – BoardUser, BoardModerator, BoardAdmin components will be displayed by Vuex state user.roles. If the User is not logged in, it directs to Login Page. Yeah, please send me your patch. If everything runs, I will update this tutorial with your code. localStorage.setItem(‘token’, result.token); Hi, you can use a HTTP Client App to send POST signup request (with role in payload) to the server. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. Hi, I’ve just written Typescript version for this tutorial at: Vue/Vuex Typescript example: JWT Authentication.