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Expiring token with expiration time update for Django Rest Framework

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Django Expiring Token adds token expiration on token authentication and extends the expiration time on each authenticated request.

Django Expiring Token provides a very lightweight extension to DRF’s existing token authentication. It implements the following functionalities:

  1. Tokens expire after the set time.

  2. On each authenticated request, the expiration time is updated by the set time.

Quick start

  1. Do NOT add “restframework.authtoken” to you INSTALLED_APPS.

  2. Add “django_expiring_token” to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:

  3. Include the polls URLconf in your project like this:

    path('custom-url/', include('django_expiring_token.urls')),
  4. Add the expiration time in

    # Any timedelta setting can be used! If not set, the default value is 1 day
  5. Add the default authentication class in REST_FRAMEWORK settings in

  6. Run python migrate to create package migrations

  7. Start the development server an you are good to go.


This build is tested against Python versions 3.4, 3.5, 3,6 with Django versions 2.0.8+

To run tests

  1. Install coverage:

    pip install coverage
  2. Run tests:

    coverage run

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