Permissions are a way to control the access of your users to your app’s features.

They are almost like quotas, but they are not limited by a number. Instead, they are boolean values that can be set to true or false.

When attached to a product, all users who subscribe to this product will inherit the permissions attached to it.


For example, if your app allows users to generate videos, you can create a permission called generate-videos.

Then, you can set the permission generate-videos to true for members on the premium plan and false for members on the free plan.

Then from your frontend code, you could display a button to generate videos only if the user has the permission generate-videos set to true.

Example code:

import { IsAllowed, IsForbidden } from '@kobble/react';

function App() {
  return (
      <IsAllowed permission="generate-videos">
        <button>Generate Video</button>
      <IsForbidden permission="generate-videos">
        <p>You need to upgrade to the premium plan to generate videos</p>