You will need to create a user model, define routes, include concerns, and you may want to alter some of the default settings for this gem. Run the following command for an easy one-step installation:
rails g devise_token_auth:install [USER_CLASS] [MOUNT_PATH]
rails g devise_token_auth:install User auth
This generator accepts the following optional arguments:
The name of the class to use for user authentication.
The path at which to mount the authentication routes. Read more.
The following events will take place when using the install generator:
An initializer will be created at
config/initializers/devise_token_auth.rb. Read more.
A model will be created in the
app/models directory. If the model already exists, a concern will be included at the top of the file. Read more.
Routes will be appended to file at
config/routes.rb. Read more.
A concern will be included by your application controller at
app/controllers/application_controller.rb. Read more.
A migration file will be created in the
db/migrate directory. Inspect the migrations file, add additional columns if necessary, and then run the migration:
You may also need to configure the following items: