API Security is the one topic I get the most questions on - not only within my courses but also in general, from all Baeldung readers.
And while I try to cover some of the theory in live webinars, the actual implementation is where the focus is of this workshop is on.
Here's what you're going to learn:
- How to get and store a Refresh Token on the client side
- How to set up a Zuul proxy and how it helps with the security of the tokens
- How do we easily debug JWT tokens during development
- How to get Authorization claims into a JWT token
- What does an actual CSRF attack look like in practice?
The material is driven by an actual Spring Security implementation that you can start using - either to better understand how things should be configured or to start from on a real-world project.
This workshop has a clear goal - teach you to implement a full OAuth2 based security solution for your Spring REST API, as well as a simple AngularJS front end to consume it.
Schedule and Details
The first workshop ran back in March, then again in August.
The recordings of all past events are of course available for all students (including new students).
I generally announce the exact date of running the workshop each time - a month before the live event.
The Other Workshops
As you may already know, I'm running three workshops in the following few months.
I announced the full details about each of these, as well as made all three workshops available through a single package here.