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What would be the best way to handle JWT authenticator idle expiration?

Posted by Ivan about a year ago

I would like to handle idle expiration by updating the tokens with every request, so essentially touch the validated token and send it back with the result.

How can I avoid having to parse the token twice, once in the DeadboltHandler to authorize the request, and the second time in the action body to send the updated token back?

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