Today we wrapped up basic authentication of the application by wiring up Spring Security to work with JSON Web Tokens (JWT). As a part of this effort, we created the following 2 POST API end points.
/api/auth/signup – For registration end point
/api/auth/signin – For login
Through Spring Security, we configured CORS, CSRF, Session Management and also setup custom rules for protected resources. We used HS512 public key encryption technology to sign our keys. The keys are secured by applying a strong private signing key and will be used for communicating with secure backend end points Also on the frontend, we will be adding a “Http Request” interceptor and that will inject the Bearer token with all the server side calls.
At BundleN, we experiment with stack combinations on our own time.
For potential clients interested in this stack, we can always give a demo of what we have up until that point of time. You can reach us at sales@BundleN.com
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Here is the latest about our Angular + Java project.
Create API End Point for registering users
Create API End Point for Logging In users
It is always fun to show some stats along the way.
We use Postman a lot for API testing. Over 10 million developers and over 500K companies using Postman’s comprehensive set of built-in tools to support every stage of the API lifecycle.
With couple API’s done, Here is a quick snapshot of the Postman tests we developed so far.
User Registration User Interface
Sign Up User Interface
Roles API End Point
Social Login using Google
Social Login using Facebook