Bianca Dragomir
Jan 10, 2023 ⋅ 10 min read

Using msal-react for React app authentication

Bianca Dragomir I am a React/React Native software developer and a tech writer, mainly focusing on frontend development topics.

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4 Replies to "Using msal-react for React app authentication"

  1. Hi , we used same msal library for authentication . But there seems to Be performance issue when it comes to user login and api calls . Can you help me with some solutions.

  2. inProgress from useMsal() is a string and returns “none” when MSAL is not “in progress”. The code will show the loading indicator indefinitely.

  3. I think this documentation doesn’t provide the way to fetch the accesstoken from the signed up user, how can i access accessToken from this?

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