The User Login Response json is an example response of User Login API which lets the user login and returns user token and data.
A User Login json API allows users to securely log into a website or application. It is typically used to authenticate a user's identity and provide access to the website or application. The API typically requires a username and password, which are then verified against a database of user credentials. If the credentials match, the user is granted access to the website or application.
The json API also provides additional security measures such as two-factor authentication, which requires the user to enter a code sent to their mobile device or email address. This helps to ensure that the user is who they say they are.
The json API also provides a response to the user when they attempt to log in. This response can be a success message, an error message, or a redirect to another page. The response is typically tailored to the user's credentials and the type of authentication used. For example, if the user has entered an incorrect password, the response may be an error message informing them that their credentials are incorrect.