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In this video add routes to for the application's log in functionality, including a GET route to display the form and a POST route to handle form submissions.
To provide a way to login, 0:00 we'll need to add a login form, as well as a way to process the form input. 0:02 We'll need two routes on the same /login URI. 0:06 One route to display the login form, 0:11 the other to process the login credentials posted from the form. 0:13 I'll add those routes to the index.js file inside the routes directory. 0:17 The first route to load the login form is simple. 0:23 It's similar to the route we added for the registration form. 0:26 We set up a GET request along the /login route. 0:29 Then we add a callback function. 0:34 This function will render a pug template. 0:41 We'll build the pug template in the next video, but you can see that this 0:44 function follows this same structure as many of the other routes in this file. 0:47 It identifies the name of the pug template, login, 0:51 and passes along a parameter, the title of the page. 0:57 Now when the user fills out the login form, 1:03 the data is posted to the /login route. 1:05 So, let's add a POST route. 1:09 Now, there's gonna be a little bit more programming required than what I'm 1:13 showing you here. 1:17 We'll need to hash the submitted password and 1:18 compare that with records in our Mongo database. 1:21 I'll show you how to do that a little later. 1:24 So for now, let's send back a simple message just so 1:26 we can test the route is working. 1:29 The routes are in place, but we'll need the login form to test them. 1:31 So, in the next video, I'll show you how to build the login templating form. 1:35
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