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Incremental Authorization (React)

Picket can incrementally authorize users for different NFTs, SPL tokens, and more!
Live Demo
View the end-result of this tutorial at live at https://incremental-auth-demo.picketapi.com/

What is Incremental Authorization?

The best example of incremental authorization is a Web3 community site. Imagine every NFT has an exclusive community site. Only token holders can access their NFTs' respective communities and content. With an infinite number of possible NFT-based communities, it would be impossible to check if a user has access to every community on the site at once; instead, we want to verify a user's token ownership incrementally.
You can read more about in the Incremental Authorization Concepts documentation.

Getting Started

1. Clone the Repo

git clone https://github.com/picketapi/picket-example-incremental-auth.git
cd picket-example-incremental-auth

2. Install Dependencies

From the root directory, run
npm i

3. Add Your Picket API Key

If you don't know about Picket API keys, checkout the the Setup Guide
  1. 2.
    Copy the Publishable Key from on of your projects
  2. 3.
    Create a local .env file with your API key by running
echo "NEXT_PUBLIC_PICKET_PUBLISHABLE_KEY=YOUR_PUBLISHABLE_KEY_GOES_HERE" >> .env

4. Run the Development Server

npm run dev

5. View the App

Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result.

6. Modifying the App

You can start editing the page by modifying pages/index.tsx. The page auto-updates as you edit the file. Feel free to modify the app as much as you like to learn about Picket.
One idea for how to change the app is to add a token that you have access to!
Modifying the Demo Tokens
For the demo, we picked three popular Ethereum mainnet tokens: ENS, Doodles, and BYAC. You'll find these tokens defined at the top of pages/index.tsx.
Let's say we want to remove BYAC in favor of the Okay Zombie Bears Club. We can do this by modifying the tokens variable in pages/index.tsx
const tokens = [
{
name: "ENS",
image: "/ens.svg",
description:
"Ethereum Name Service is decentralised naming for wallets, websites, & more",
contractAddress: "0x57f1887a8bf19b14fc0df6fd9b2acc9af147ea85",
},
{
name: "Doodles",
image: "/doodles.webp",
description:
"Doodles is a community-driven collectibles project featuring art by Burnt Toast",
contractAddress: "0x8a90cab2b38dba80c64b7734e58ee1db38b8992e",
},
// Replace BYAC with Okay Zombie Bears Club
{
name: "Okay Zombie Bears Club",
image: "https://i.seadn.io/gcs/files/e7732689e69a07bd104e2fc7c0302912.gif?auto=format&w=3840",
description:
"Infected, diseased, dead, and brought back to life. Join the Zombie Bear Club.",
contractAddress: "0x8137A2fDC9111aAa8BeeD9eb72905F2C391FD55F",
},
];
Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result. Okay Zombie Bears Club is an example NFT, but try it out with an NFT or SPL token that you own!
Congrats
You now have a working incremental authorization codebase to start hacking on!
If you have any more questions or run into issue, don't hesitate to reach out to [email protected]