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Version: 0.13.1

Migration from 0.12.X to 0.13.X

Are you on 0.11.X or earlier?

This guide only covers the migration from 0.12.X to 0.13.X. If you are migrating from 0.11.X or earlier, please read the migration guide from 0.11.X to 0.12.X first.

What's new in 0.13.0?

OAuth providers got an overhaul

Wasp 0.13.0 switches away from using Passport for our OAuth providers in favor of Arctic from the Lucia ecosystem. This change simplifies the codebase and makes it easier to add new OAuth providers in the future.

We added Keycloak as an OAuth provider

Wasp now supports using Keycloak as an OAuth provider.

How to migrate?

Migrate your OAuth setup

We had to make some breaking changes to upgrade the OAuth setup to the new Arctic lib.

Follow the steps below to migrate:

  1. Define the WASP_SERVER_URL server env variable

    In 0.13.0 Wasp introduces a new server env variable WASP_SERVER_URL that you need to define. This is the URL of your Wasp server and it's used to generate the redirect URL for the OAuth providers.

    Server env variables
    WASP_SERVER_URL=https://your-wasp-server-url.com

    In development, Wasp sets the WASP_SERVER_URL to http://localhost:3001 by default.

    Migrating a deployed app

    If you are migrating a deployed app, you will need to define the WASP_SERVER_URL server env variable in your deployment environment.

    Read more about setting env variables in production here.

  2. Update the redirect URLs for the OAuth providers

    The redirect URL for the OAuth providers has changed. You will need to update the redirect URL for the OAuth providers in the provider's dashboard.

    {clientUrl}/auth/login/{provider}

    Check the new redirect URLs for Google and GitHub in Wasp's docs.

  3. Update the configFn for the OAuth providers

    If you didn't use the configFn option, you can skip this step.

    If you used the configFn to configure the scope for the OAuth providers, you will need to rename the scope property to scopes.

    Also, the object returned from configFn no longer needs to include the Client ID and the Client Secret. You can remove them from the object that configFn returns.

    google.ts
    export function getConfig() {
    return {
    clientID: process.env.GOOGLE_CLIENT_ID,
    clientSecret: process.env.GOOGLE_CLIENT_SECRET,
    scope: ['profile', 'email'],
    }
    }
  4. Update the userSignupFields fields to use the new profile format

    If you didn't use the userSignupFields option, you can skip this step.

    The data format for the profile that you receive from the OAuth providers has changed. You will need to update your code to reflect this change.

    google.ts
    import { defineUserSignupFields } from 'wasp/server/auth'

    export const userSignupFields = defineUserSignupFields({
    displayName: (data: any) => data.profile.displayName,
    })

    Wasp now directly forwards what it receives from the OAuth providers. You can check the data format for Google and GitHub in Wasp's docs.

That's it!

You should now be able to run your app with the new Wasp 0.13.0.