Secure Your Website: Phone Verification with REST API or NodeJS SDK
Integrating phone verification on a website is a crucial step in ensuring the security and authenticity of user information. One way to achieve this is by utilizing a REST API or NodeJS SDK.
Here's how you can integrate phone verification into your website using either seamlessly.
Utilizing a REST API or NodeJS SDK
To begin, sign up on the Base Verify app, a phone verification service that offers a REST API or NodeJS SDK, and obtain the necessary API key.
With the API key, make requests to the API using the NodeJS SDK or make requests to the REST API endpoint.
Integrating Phone Verification into the website
Integrate phone verification into the website by creating a form for users to enter their phone numbers.
Upon form submission, use the NodeJS SDK or make a request to the REST API endpoint, passing in the user's phone number.
The API will then send a verification code to the user's phone number for them to enter on the website to complete the verification process.
Validating the Code
To validate the code entered by the user, use the NodeJS SDK or make a request to the REST API endpoint, passing in the code and the user's phone number.
The API will then return a response indicating the validity of the code.
Why Phone Verification is crucial for you
Not only does phone verification add an extra layer of security to the website but it also helps prevent fraud and spam, providing a mutually beneficial solution for both the website and its users. In short, it's a win-win situation for both the website and its users.
In addition to this, you can also add phone verification in the two-factor authentication process. With this, even if someone has access to the user's login credentials, they won't be able to log in unless they have the user's phone to receive the verification code.
Want to begin with the process A.S.A.P? Check out our free and easy-to-understand guide and API documentation for further assistance.