Hopefully this is the right place to ask the following questions.
I am building a site with Nextjs (and currently not using TypeScript). I have a
Login button that I want to redirect to the Auth0 login page, like the example page on the documentation for the nextjs-auth0 library.
I don’t really understand the setup for this example, but (and correct me if I’m wrong) it appears as if the example is more complex than the documentation describes. For example, each of the three examples (
/sample-api) in the
/examples directory appear to be required for the entire [page] (https://nextjs-auth0-api-example.now.sh/) to work.
To clarify, want I want to achieve: I want my
Login button on my
Header to redirect to the Auth0 login page (just like the nextjs-auth0 example page), have the user be able to log in and see a
Profile button (that displays some data of the user — also as in the example page) and
Right now, I am just trying to get the
/basic-example to work and have the following JS files, like in the directory (ignore
npm run dev, I get an infinite loop of the page trying to load and wind up with a
.json error report file. Not sure what I am doing wrong but I believe it may have something to do with my
config.js file (perhaps entering my actual clientId, clientSecret, domain, etc.? but I am unsure how this is conveyed in the code provided in the example directory??)
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I will try reformatting the
/basic-example to using TypeScript, removing the
config.js file, and solely using the
auth0.js file with my appropriate app info and seeing if that works. If that doesn’t work, should I get in touch with support?