16 thoughts to “React Redux: Token Authentication example with JWT & Axios”

  1. Man you are those people with god level explanation, I was struggling with implementation in React at the auth states, i love you.

  2. Excellent guide and it works like a charm! The only thing that I changed to my liking is the async-await syntax wrapped in try/catch in instead of that callback chain in action creators.

    I will be going back to this tutorial whenever a similar flow is needed in any of my apps.

    Thank you @bezkoder

  3. Hello, Thanks for the article, that is great work. Could you, please chat me in private for a discussion? Very important

  4. Hi, i’m using this but with typescript, and things ‘s kinda complicated to me as a beginner. I try to do simple login, but in Login component, i use useDispacth and dispatch(Login(email,password)).then . but typescipt say property “then” does not exist on type ‘(dispatch: any) => Promise’. Can you help me

  5. Dear bezkoder, thank you for impressive work, here and throughout the whole blog.
    Question(to you and/or readers): Does this applicstion follow the MVC pattern as i understand?
    It is still an SPA right?
    (always having touble to trully understand the architecture/design pattern..! guess i need to get to get back to basics!) .
    Gratefull for any help here…! Thanx. Keep it up!

  6. I think this is one of the most important tutorial for me. And I’m glad reading your other tutorials. Good job, cheers

  7. Hi i am getting error please help me

    connectAdvanced.js:261 Uncaught Error: Could not find “store” in the context of “Connect(App)”. Either wrap the root component in a , or pass a custom React context provider to and the corresponding React context consumer to Connect(App) in connect options.

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