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How To Deploy a React Passkey App to Cloudflare Pages

Cloudflare for Hosting and React for Web Development

In the rapidly evolving world of web engineering, Cloudflare and React stand out as pretty popular technologies / tools. Cloudflare, renowned for its content delivery and internet security services, offers Cloudflare Pages — a solution for web application hosting with robust DDoS protection. React, on the other hand, is celebrated for its component-based architecture, making web development seamless and efficient.

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The Rise of Passkey-First Authentication

As digital security becomes a paramount concern, passkey-first authentication emerges as a robust solution. It’s here that Corbado positions itself as a viable solution, providing developers with an easy and effective way to integrate passkey authentication in their applications.

Tutorial Overview: Deploying a React App with Cloudflare and Corbado

This tutorial offers a straightforward roadmap for deploying a React application with passkey-first authentication on Cloudflare Pages. The process can be summarized in a few essential steps:

  1. Setting Up with Corbado: First, create a project on the Corbado developer panel. This step is crucial for obtaining the necessary credentials for passkey authentication.
  2. Prepping the React Application: Utilizing Corbado’s React example repository, fork the repository to kickstart your project with a solid base.
  3. Deploying on Cloudflare Pages: Cloudflare Pages facilitates the deployment process, with easy-to-follow steps for setting up and launching your application.
  4. Fine-Tuning Your Project: The final step involves configuring your Corbado project to ensure seamless integration and functionality.

Explore Further with Corbado

While this blogposts provides a snapshot of deploying a React passkey app using Cloudflare and Corbado, there’s much more to explore. For deeper insights and advanced configurations, visit the detailed blog post on Cloudflare passkeys here.

The combination of Cloudflare Pages, React, and Corbado’s passkey solution represents a great way to make use of passkeys in a Cloudflare setup, offering a balance of speed, security, and user experience. It’s an exciting time for developers looking to harness the power of modern web technologies.

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