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fastify-twitch-ebs-tools v1.0.2

Fastify plugin that provides useful functions for Twitch Extension Backend Services (EBS)


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Fastify plugin providing useful functions for Twitch Extension Backend Services (EBS). Internally it uses twitch-ebs-tools.


npm install --save fastify-twitch-ebs-tools


Register as a plugin to get access to additional methods.

Example below assumes Twitch token to be sent via request headers.

const fastify = require('fastify');

fastify.register(require('fastify-twitch-ebs-tools'), {
  secret: 'twitch shared secret',
  disabled: false,

fastify.get('/config/:channelId', (req, reply) => {
  const { token } = req.headers;
  const { channelId } = req.params;
  const valid = fastify.twitchEbs.validatePermission(

  if (valid) {
    // do something and send the reply back
    reply.send(/* reply object */);
  } else {
    // error 400

fastify.listen(3000, (error) => {
  if (error) throw error;


  • secret - Twitch shared secret used to sign and verify JWTs (required). The plugin will throw an error if no secret is provided. Required.

  • disabled - if true, all validation methods will return true. Useful for temporarily disabling route authentication for debugging purposes. Does not affect validateToken() method. Defaults to false. Optional.


All plugin methods pass arguments to relevant methods of twitch-ebs-tools. Refer to twitch-ebs-tools documentation to get more details.

Available methods:


Licensed under MIT License. See LICENSE for more information.

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