hey @addy419, sorry for taking some time to answer... yes, it's production ready... v2 only works with go1.10+ and I'm currently working on v3, which will only work with go1.11+
Im trying to work with this package but for whatever reason I'm not able to get the /v3 working in my project
It has previously worked in the past, I think it might be something to do with modules
Is the documentation for working with JWT's in this package out of date?
@LiamDotPro I have answered you in Github. Nonetheless, you should have no issues with this library using modules (actually, the current version only supports installing it with modules)
What is the correctr way to go about parsing custom fields in the token? I find that I can run through Verify however my custom fields are not populated in my struct. As an example I have an ID field with a user id i'd like to get access to once the jwt has been deemed valid.