Humphrey Auth is simple authentication crate for Humphrey applications. It provides a simple and database-agnostic way to authenticate users and handle sessions and tokens. It does depend upon the
rand_core crates to ensure that it is secure.
Humphrey Auth needs to be integrated into a full-stack Humphrey application with endpoints for all the authentication-related methods, such as signing in and out. Therefore, this guide does not provide step-by-step instructions on how to use it.
It is easiest to learn how to use Humphrey Auth from the full example. Alongside this, it may be useful to refer to the API reference for more information.
Note for Contributors
If you would like to add a step-by-step guide for Humphrey Auth, please open an issue. Your help would be greatly appreciated!