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  • First, we use the create-react-app command to make a react app.
  • To store the data, create three input fields and three states.
  • Make a new state called isLoggedin and write some logic.
  • Make a login and logout feature.

Logout widgets are non-visual widgets that allow you to stop a user's session and redirect to a mashup or a URL. The Logout function's authentication is comparable to the ThingWorx Platform's authentication.

Logout widgets are non-visual widgets that allow you to stop a user's session and redirect to a mashup or a URL. The Logout function's authentication is comparable to the ThingWorx Platform's authentication.

The synonym for logout is "the act of logging out of a computer system." Signout is the act of signing a register to record the departure of another person or oneself.

Next, we'd like to be able to verify if a user is logged in each time the App loads. The useEffect hook is used for this. useEffect(() => const loggedInUser = localStorage. getItem("user"); if (loggedInUser) const foundUser = JSON; if (loggedInUser) const foundUser = JSON; if (loggedInUser) const foundUser = JSON; if (loggedInUser) const foundUser = JSON; if (loggedInUs

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