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re: Didn´t thought that you would response that fast :D I have updated my comment!

Awesome. Yep, I think your solution is definitely better UX. I'd advocate for a more fine-grained solution for any app mixing public / private routes.

I must admit, my solution is pure nonsence. By implementing my logic I have to wait for every page to initialize firebase until I can access the user and in reality this is even worse UX.

So maybe a good conclusion:

Thanks for your post, you did a great job bud!

Ah, bummer. Too bad. I do think there are strategies to improving this, though. Maybe a topic for another blog post...

Maybe you can put that into a context, and try to get things from localStorage or sessionStorage, if they're not there, initialize, and reuse such context in all your pages

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