I have an angularjs app which uses auth0.js v6. I would like to migrate to use universal login. My app uses hash-based routing.
The quickstart guide for angularjs states
This example assumes you are using path-based routing by setting $locationProvider.html5Mode(true). If you are using hash-based routing, you will not be able to specify a dedicated callback route. The URL hash will be used to hold the user’s authentication information.
The documentation (as far as I can tell) doesn’t explicitly say that universal login is not possible if hash-based routing is used.
Could someone please clarify if there is a way to use universal login in an angularjs app which uses hash-based routing?
The same question was asked for angular2 but no answer was forthcoming.