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Allow your users to login with FaceID/TouchID

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Allow your users to login with FaceID/TouchID

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Allow your users to register physical authentication devices (FaceID or TouchID on iPhones & macs, fingerprint on Android, Hello on Windows and USB keys) to skip entering their login credentials.

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require m1guelpf/laravel-fastlogin

You'll then need to add the \M1guelpf\FastLogin\Models\Concerns\CanFastLogin trait to your user model and migrate your database by running php artisan migrate.

class User extends Authenticatable
{
    use CanFastLogin;
}

Usage

This package takes care of everything you need on the backend. To make our life easier on the frontend, we'll be using @web-auth/webauthn-helper and js-cookie. You can install them by running yarn add @web-auth/webauthn-helper js-cookie.

To get started, you need to have the user register a new credential. You can do so by presenting them with a modal when they login, or by adding the option to their settings page.

Note: Due to Apple's restrictions, you can only call the creation function after a user gesture, that is, the function needs to be invoked in an user-generated event (like a "click" event).

import Cookies from 'js-cookie'
import { useRegistration } from '@web-auth/webauthn-helper'

const onClick = () => {
    const token = Cookies.get('XSRF-TOKEN')

    useRegistration({
        actionUrl: route('fastlogin.create'),
        optionsUrl: route('fastlogin.create.details'),
        actionHeader: {
            'x-xsrf-token': token
        },
    }, {
        'x-xsrf-token': token
    })().then(() => {
        // credential has been added
    })
}

Then, on the login page, you should check if the user has a credential saved (you can do so by calling the $request->hasCredential() method) and, if so, displaying a button to sign in using FastLogin.

Note: Due to Apple's restrictions, you can only call the login function after a user gesture, that is, the function needs to be invoked in an user-generated event (like a "click" event).

import Cookies from 'js-cookie'
import { useLogin } from '@web-auth/webauthn-helper'

const onClick = () => {
    const token = Cookies.get('XSRF-TOKEN')

    useLogin({
        actionUrl: route('fastlogin.login'),
        optionsUrl: route('fastlogin.login.details'),
        actionHeader: {
            'x-xsrf-token': token
        },
    }, {
        'x-xsrf-token': token
    })().then(() => {
        // the user has been logged in

        window.location.reload()
    })
}

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security Vulnerabilities

Please review our security policy on how to report security vulnerabilities.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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