In this use case we are integrating AWS Cognito with a Joomla website to enable user
registration using a registration form created with any different forms. The registration form will contain
all the necessary input fields required, such as first name, last name, email, and password. Users will
register using this form, and the Joomla AWS Cognito integrator will handle all the backend work to add the
user to the Cognito user pool seamlessly.
Let's take the example of a Joomla website that requires user registration to access its
customer wants to use AWS Cognito to manage user registration and authentication, making it easier for users
to sign up and log in. To achieve this, they will use any forms to create a user registration form.
The registration form will include the following input fields: (example)
- First Name
- Last Name
Once the user submits the registration form, the Joomla Cognito integrator will handle all
the administrative work to add the user to the Cognito user pool. This includes creating a new user in the
user pool and assigning the user a unique identifier.
To add email/phone number verification during registration, customers can configure Cognito to send a
verification code to the user's email/phone number. The user will need to enter this code on the
registration form to complete the registration process.
To enable Profile Update and Password Reset features, the customer can use the Joomla Cognito integrator to
add the necessary forms to the Joomla site. These forms can be customized to include the user's profile
information and to reset the user's password using Cognito's password reset feature.