Django GraphQL Auth

Django registration and authentication with GraphQL.

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Abstract all the basic logic of handling user accounts out of your app, so you don't need to think about it and can get up and running faster.

No lock-in. When you are ready to implement your own code or this package is not up to your expectations , it's easy to extend or switch to your implementation.


Features

  • Awesome docs!
  • Fully compatible with Relay
  • Works with default or custom user model
  • JWT authentication (with Django GraphQL JWT)
  • User query with filters (with Django Filter and Graphene Django)
  • User registration with email verification
  • Add secondary email, with email verification too
  • Resend activation email
  • Retrieve/Update user
  • Archive user
  • Permanently delete user or make it inactive
  • Turn archived user active again on login
  • Track user status (archived, verified, secondary email)
  • Password change
  • Password reset through email
  • Revoke user tokens on account archive/delete/password change/reset
  • All mutations return success and errors
  • Default email templates (you will customize though)
  • Customizable, no lock-in

Example

Handling user accounts becomes super easy.

mutation {
  register(
    email: "new_user@email.com",
    username: "new_user",
    password1: "123456super",
    password2: "123456super",
  ) {
    success,
    errors,
    token,
    refreshToken
  }
}

Check the status of the new user:

u = UserModel.objects.last()
u.status.verified
# False

During the registration, an email with a verification link was sent.

mutation {
  verifyAccount(
    token:"<TOKEN ON EMAIL LINK>",
  ) {
    success,
    errors
  }
}

Now user is verified.

u.status.verified
# True

Check the installation guide or jump to the quickstart. Or if you prefer, browse the api.