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Dialect needs to be explicitly supplied as of v4.0.0

 
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Not sure if this should be here, or in the JavaScript or the Database forum but figured I would start here.

I am working on a tutorial for locking down Angular routes (https://catalin.me/role-based-authentication-with-angular-express-jwt-mysql-part-1/) and have run into a error: "Dialect needs to be explicitly supplied as of v4.0.0".

My code is as follows:

config.js (not the Dialect is herer on line 17)


database.js (This is where the new Sequelize comes into play)


user.js


server.js


passportStrategy.js


I have read through various documentation on this but none of the suggestions seem to work for this instance.  Any suggestions?
 
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