Chinwike Maduabuchi
Jul 12, 2022 ⋅ 17 min read

Handling user authentication with Redux Toolkit

Chinwike Maduabuchi Software engineer who loves to write. Find me at https://www.chinwike.space/

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10 Replies to "Handling user authentication with Redux Toolkit"

  1. I must be doing something wrong because I have to wait a minute or refresh my page for the user name to show up …

  2. Hello, why you are using an RTK Query getUserDetails query for the profile route. ? why not CreateAsyncThunk ?

  3. But when we try to get api/user/profil , which user you are calling ? I am kinda confused , Because as a far I know, we can get only user by Id, username, mail or phone number etc

  4. There is one question I would ask you. How you are using the same authSlice.js for login,register and logout?

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