Once auth0-spa-js is added to your project, you'll need to create an instance of the Auth0 client in your application. Ideally, you should have only one instance of the client. Do this before rendering or initializing your application. You can do this using async/await:
@auth0/auth0-react (latest: 1.2.0) Auth0 SDK for React Single Page Applications (SPA) @auth0/auth0-spa-js (latest: 1.13.3) Auth0 SDK for Single Page Applications using Authorization Code Grant Flow with PKCE; auth0-source-control-extension-tools (latest: 4.1.12) Supporting tools for the Source Control extensions
Auth0 Integration. Now, let’s integrate Auth0 in our application and use that to add the logged-in user. Let’s first create an app in Auth0. Head over to Auth0 and create an account. Click ‘sign up’ here; Once the signup is done, click “Create Application” in “Integrate Auth0 into your application”.
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