A wrapper to make it really easy to deal with iOS Keychain and store your user's credentials securely.
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File > Swift Packages > Add Package Dependency...
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Then, press Next and complete the remaining steps.
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let jwt = // user's JWT token obtained after login A0SimpleKeychain().setString(jwt, forKey: "auth0-user-jwt")
let jwt = A0SimpleKeychain().string(forKey: "auth0-user-jwt")
let jwt = // user's JWT token obtained after login let keychain = A0SimpleKeychain(service: "Auth0", accessGroup: "ABCDEFGH.com.mydomain.myaccessgroup") keychain.setString(jwt, forKey: "auth0-user-jwt")
Let's save the JWT first:
let jwt = // user's JWT token obtained after login let keychain = A0SimpleKeychain() keychain.useAccessControl = true keychain.defaultAccessiblity = .whenPasscodeSetThisDeviceOnly keychain.setTouchIDAuthenticationAllowableReuseDuration(5.0) keychain.setString(jwt, forKey: "auth0-user-jwt")
If there is an existent value under the key
auth0-user-jwtsaved with AccessControl and
A0SimpleKeychainItemAccessibleWhenPasscodeSetThisDeviceOnly, iOS will prompt the user to enter their passcode or fingerprint before updating the value.
Then let's obtain the value:
let message = NSLocalizedString("Please enter your passcode/fingerprint to login with awesome App!.", comment: "Prompt TouchID message") let keychain = A0SimpleKeychain() let jwt = keychain.string(forKey: "auth0-user-jwt", promptMessage: message)
Just clone the repo, run
carthage bootstrap and you're ready to contribute!
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