How it works¶
IDX uses DIDs for identifiers and authentication. Once a DID is authenticated using a DID provider, the authenticated DID provider needs to be set to the Ceramic instance used by your project. This will allow the user to perform authenticated transactions on IDX using their DID such as writing records and reading encrypted records.
In order to add authentication, you must have installed the IDX SDK.
Jump over to the Ceramic documentation to learn how to add authentication to your project.
After you have set the authenticated DID provider on the
ceramic instance you can interact with your
idx instance in an authenticated way. If configured correctly, it will look something like this:
ceramic.did = did await idx.get('anAlias') // uses authenticated DID