Intro to Mirage with Nuxt
2:03
Nuxt + Mirage - From Install to first API Endpoint
10:34
Mirage with Nuxt - a Warning about Universal Mode
1:53
Fixing Data Discrepancies between server and Mirage
5:56
Mirage Route Shorthands
1:49
Data Relationships in MirageJS
5:06
More Data Relationships in Mirage
9:33
Loading Data Once with Middleware - working with Mirage and SPA Mode
5:52
CRUD for Admin page -- normalizing data for Mirage Post and Put
11:32
MirageJS Endpoints for Nuxt Auth
13:56
Mirage Serializer's keyForAttribute
5:03
Mirage and the Mark Played button
2:22
Mocking S3 Uploads with Mirage
4:08
Removing Tags from Mirage
1:06
Mirage + Nuxt Conclusion (for now)
1:10
0% done with Mirage with Nuxt

MirageJS Endpoints for Nuxt Auth

In order to get Nuxt Auth to work with Mirage, we need to define three endpoints:

  • POST sessions,
  • POST users, and
  • GET sessions/user.

The thing that sets these endpoints apart from others is how they interact with the auth token - we create it in one, read it from a header in another, and return it in the last.

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