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How to use

Use the override config#

import SuperTokens from "supertokens-auth-react";import ThirdParty from "supertokens-auth-react/recipe/thirdparty";
SuperTokens.init({    appInfo: {        apiDomain: "...",        appName: "...",        websiteDomain: "..."    },    recipeList: [        ThirdParty.init({            override: {                functions: (originalImplementation) => {                    return {                        ...originalImplementation,
                        // we will only be overriding what happens when a user                        // clicks the sign in or sign up button.                        signInAndUp: async function (input) {                            // TODO: some custom logic
                            // or call the default behaviour as show below                            return originalImplementation.signInAndUp(input);                        },                        // ...                        // TODO: override more functions                    }                }            }        })    ]});
  • originalImplementation is an object that contains functions that have the original implementation for this recipe. They can be used in your functions as a way to use the SuperTokens' default behaviour.
  • In the above code snippet, we override the signInAndUp function of this recipe. This means that after the user is navigated back to the your app post auth (from the third party provider), your function will be called with the relevant input object.
What type of UI do you want to use?
Custom UI
Pre built UI