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Learn how to authenticate users with OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code flow with PKCE. Use access tokens with the RESTful hypermedia to work with data.

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Monday, February 7, 2022PrintSubscribe
Lesson: Standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0

The purpose of this tutorial is to create a standalone Single Page Application that uses the Authorization Code Flow with PKCE to authenticate the end users. The user picture and email are extracted from JWT courtesy of OpenID Connect. This app can be hosted on any web server of your choice.

Start the Standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0 segment.

Standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0
Standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0

The user interface of anonymous user in the standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0
The user interface of anonymous user in the standalone SPA4 with RESTful Hypermedia and OAuth 2.0

Account Access consent form presented to the user during the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code flow with PKCE in the application created with Code On Time.
Account Access consent form presented to the user during the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code flow with PKCE in the application created with Code On Time.

Account selector allow users to switch their identity when a client app is requesting account access.
Account selector allow users to switch their identity when a client app is requesting account access.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022PrintSubscribe
Lesson: Embedded SPA3 (Custom UI) With RESTful Hypermedia

This lesson from the RESTful Workshop series explains how to remove the UI of the host from the embedded single-page application. This SPA is the “black and white” canvas that developers are free to use in any way they like. The SPA takes the advantage of the host security.

Learn how to create custom landing pages, dashboards, and single page apps embedded in the API host while following the instructions in the Embedded SPA3 (Custom UI) with RESTful Hypermedia segment.

Single Page Application (SPA) with custom user interface embedded in the application with the RESTful API Engine created with Code On Time.
Single Page Application (SPA) with custom user interface embedded in the application with the RESTful API Engine created with Code On Time.

Thursday, January 20, 2022PrintSubscribe
Lesson: Embedded SPA2 with REST Level 2

This lesson explains how to access the RESTful API while ignoring the hypermedia. The hypermedia makes an API self-documenting. Developers can easily discover how to make the traditional REST requests to the application with their favorite API development tool or directly in the browser.

Discover the benefits of hypermedia in the Embedded SPA2 with REST Level 2 segment by learning how to live without it!

Embedded SPA2 with REST Level 2
Embedded SPA2 with REST Level 2