Managing Permits

Permits are stored in local storage inside an object calledgriptape.js

A permit is a free authentication message from a certain public address, like a wallet signature, permits are stored locally so you don't need to re-generate a permit.

Add a permit

To create a permit, we must first import in our application permitManager from @stakeordie/griptape.js.

import { permitManager } from '@stakeordie/griptape.js';

Next, we're going to use the permitManager for this we use the add function, to which we're going to pass our contract and a permissions array.

await permitManager.add(myContract, ["balance"]);

You can notice that within the createPermit function we are also using permitManager.get() this function returns a boolean indicating whether or not this account has a permit. In this case it already has it and we add it to the setIsPermit variable.

Use a permit with the contracts API

To learn more about contract definitions, click here.

Here is an example of how to use a permit in our contract definition, first we must import the APIs thet we require.

import {
  } from '@stakeordie/griptape.js';

Now we create myContract_permit object, where we add the query called getBalance wich receives a permit object and returns in this case the query and the permit.

  const myContract_permit = {
    queries: {
      getBalance({ permit }) {
        const query = { balance: {} }
        return {
          with_permit: { query, permit }

Finally we export and extend our contract.

export const sscrt = createContract({
    at: 'secret18vd8fpwxzck93qlwghaj6arh4p7c5n8978vsyg',
    definition: extendContract(snip20Def, myContract_permit)

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