1. User Sign-up Verification with Auth0 Email Templates


    To implement user sign-up verification using Auth0, you can leverage the Auth0 service to manage user authentication and verification processes. Auth0 allows you to customize email templates that are sent to users as part of the verification workflow. With Pulumi, you can programmatically set up these email templates.

    Here's how you can create an email template for user sign-up verification with Pulumi, using the auth0 provider:

    1. EmailTemplate Resource: This resource allows you to configure the properties of an email template, such as the body of the email, the sender's address, the subject, and whether it's enabled.

    In this Pulumi program, we will set up an email template specifically for user sign-up verification. We'll specify the HTML content of the email, the email subject, and other necessary properties. Make sure to replace <YOUR_FROM_EMAIL>, <YOUR_SUBJECT>, and <EMAIL_TEMPLATE_BODY> with actual values for your use case.

    Let's now create a Pulumi program to define this resource.

    import pulumi import pulumi_auth0 as auth0 # Email template for user sign-up verification user_signup_verification_template = auth0.EmailTemplate("verify-email-template", template="verify_email", body="<BODY_HTML_CONTENT>", from_="<YOUR_FROM_EMAIL>", subject="<YOUR_SUBJECT>", syntax="liquid", enabled=True, includeEmailInRedirect=False ) # Export the ID of the created email template pulumi.export("email_template_id", user_signup_verification_template.id)

    Explanation of the code:

    • EmailTemplate: This resource is used to create a new email template in Auth0.
    • template: The type of template you are creating. The verify_email template type corresponds to the email sent to verify a user's email address.
    • body: The HTML content of the email. You need to replace <BODY_HTML_CONTENT> with the actual HTML you want included in the verification email.
    • from_: The email address the verification email will be sent from. You need to replace <YOUR_FROM_EMAIL> with a valid sender email address registered in Auth0.
    • subject: The subject line of the verification email. Replace <YOUR_SUBJECT> with a suitable subject for your verification emails.
    • syntax: The syntax for the template's body. Auth0 templates support "liquid" syntax, which allows for dynamic content.
    • enabled: Specifies whether the email verification template is enabled. Set this to True to enable the template.
    • includeEmailInRedirect: If set to True, includes the user's email address as part of the query parameters when redirecting after email verification.

    Please ensure you've set up your Auth0 provider correctly with Pulumi, and replace the placeholder values with actual content you want to use in your email template.

    Lastly, one of the exported values is the email_template_id. This value can be used to reference the created email template and is useful if you need to associate the email template with other resources in your infrastructure or if you're programmatically managing templates as part of a larger system.

    For further documentation on the auth0.EmailTemplate resource, you can refer to the EmailTemplate documentation.