Month: January 2020

Role-Based User Authorization in Graphene-Django

User authorization is a vital part of any business application. Every developer faces the authorization challenge. There are many ways to implement authorization in Django. Django has a built-in permission-based authorization system, and there are some third-party apps like django-guardian and django-rules.

In our previous article, we implemented Token-based authentication with
. It has also some useful decorators to implement authorization.

But in this article, I will share a custom way to implement role-based authorization in GraphQL. Maybe in the next article, I will share some other ways of authorizations with Django’s built-in permission module.

Let’s start writing some code.

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User Authentication in Graphene-Django with JWT

In all most every project we need user authentication. Django has session-based built-in user authentication and authorization support. But in modern days most of our applications are stateless, so, we are covering here stateless user authentication with JWT.

If you are following our previous articles, you already created a blog app with Graphene-Django. We did not add user authentication for our blog app. Here we will use django-graphql-jwt with Graphene-Django.

Let’s do some basic setup.

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