Get started building push authentication with React Native and Twilio Verify

Building with React Native? We've got a new Twilio Verify tutorial to walk you through adding 2-factor auth with push notifications into your app. Personally I love using Twilio Verify as it makes me feel very safe, as does the wonderful @krobinson who wrote this post. Read the post here, and/or check out this excerpt:

“Verify Push is a powerful API and SDK that turns a mobile device into a secure key that can replace passwords or add two-factor authentication to web or mobile login. Push authentication is one of the most secure and user friendly forms of authentication and our React Native SDK makes it easy to write familiar JavaScript code for iOS, Android, or both!

“This blog post will walk through how to get up and running with our React Native SDK and sample application to see Verify Push in action on your device or emulator. This is a great way to experience the functionality and get your development environment set up properly. It's also a good starting point for adding push authentication to your own application.”

Happy building!

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