ProcaWeb.UserAuth (proca v3.0.2)

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Functions

Authenticates the user by looking into the session and remember me token.

Logs the user out.

Used for routes that require the user to not be authenticated.

Used for routes that require the user to be authenticated.

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assign_current_user(conn, user)

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auth_enabled?(atom)

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fetch_current_user(conn, opts)

Authenticates the user by looking into the session and remember me token.

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log_in_user(conn, user, params \\ %{})

Logs the user in.

It renews the session ID and clears the whole session to avoid fixation attacks. See the renew_session function to customize this behaviour.

It also sets a :live_socket_id key in the session, so LiveView sessions are identified and automatically disconnected on log out. The line can be safely removed if you are not using LiveView.

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log_out_user(conn)

Logs the user out.

It clears all session data for safety. See renew_session.

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redirect_if_sso(conn, opts)

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redirect_if_user_is_authenticated(conn, opts)

Used for routes that require the user to not be authenticated.

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require_authenticated_user(conn, opts)

Used for routes that require the user to be authenticated.

If you want to enforce the user email is confirmed before they use the application at all, here would be a good place.

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sign_in_url(conn)