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Http Auth tutorial, user.swift
import AuthProvider
import FluentProvider
import HTTP
import Vapor
extension User: ResponseRepresentable {}
extension User: Timestampable {}
final class User: Model {
let storage = Storage()
static let idKey = "id"
static let emailKey = "email"
static let passwordKey = "password"
var email: String
var password: Bytes
init(email: String, password: Bytes) throws {
self.email = email
self.password = password
}
init(row: Row) throws {
email = try row.get(User.emailKey)
let passwordAsString:String = try row.get(User.passwordKey)
password = passwordAsString.makeBytes()
}
func makeRow() throws -> Row {
var row = Row()
try row.set(User.emailKey, email)
try row.set(User.passwordKey, password.makeString())
return row
}
}
extension User: JSONConvertible {
convenience init(json: JSON) throws {
let passwordAsString: String = try json.get(User.passwordKey)
try self.init(email: json.get(User.emailKey),
password: User.hasher.make(passwordAsString))
}
func makeJSON() throws -> JSON {
var json = JSON()
try json.set(User.idKey, id)
try json.set(User.emailKey, email)
return json
}
}
// boilerplate Preparation
extension User: Preparation {
static func prepare(_ database: Database) throws {
try database.create(self) { builder in
builder.id()
builder.string(User.emailKey)
builder.string(User.passwordKey)
}
}
/// Undoes what was done in `prepare`
static func revert(_ database: Database) throws {
try database.delete(self)
}
}
extension User: NodeRepresentable { }
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