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JWT Authentication in React with react-router

#409 – June 05, 2023

In this blog post, we'll explore the seamless integration of JWT authentication with React and react-router. We'll also learn how to handle public routes, secure authenticated routes, and utilize the axios library to make API requests with the authentication token.

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