Micro Auth0 helper


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Helper to get user using Auth0


npm install --save @orikami/micro-auth0

Configure Auth0

By default, micro-auth0 is configured to use RS256 with the orikami.eu.auth0.com public key. It will not check for any roles by default.

You can customize and verify the configuration as follows:

  1. Create a SPA application in Auth0: https://manage.auth0.com/#/applications
  2. Settings > Advanced > OAuth > JsonWebToken Signature Algorithm: RS256
  3. Settings > Certificates > Signing Certificate contains the publickey.

If you want to customize configuration, create a auth0.js in your project:

module.exports = {
    publickey: `...` // default: orikami.eu.auth0.com
    roles: {
      key: "https://orikami-api.nl/roles",
        // allowed: ['developer'],
    jwt: {
        algorithms: ["RS256"],
        // audience: "https://orikami-api.nl/v1/",
        // ignoreExpiration: false
        // issuer: "",
        // subject: "",
        // maxAge: "",
        // clockTolerance: 10

If you define roles.allowed, micro-auth0 will check if the role in the token. Currently, this is configured using the Authorization extension of Auth0.

See https://orikami.eu8.webtask.io/adf6e2f2b84784b57522e3b19dfc9201/admins/login


const auth0 = require("@orikami/micro-auth0")(require("./auth0.js"));
const handler = require("./index");

module.exports = auth0(handler);

Known issues

publickey in auth0.js

If you change the publickey in the auth0.js file be aware that the Certificate string has no tabs or extra space in it.


  • 1.0.0 - Change default config with ENV variables AUTH0_PUBLICKEY, AUTH0_ROLES_KEY and AUTH0_JWT_ALGORITHMS
  • 0.3.0 - Check for token query param in x-forwarded-uri
  • 0.1.0 - Refactor
  • 0.0.2 - Initial release

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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