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Practical Guide to Angular 6 Security – Add Authentication / Authorization (from scratch) to an Angular 6 / Node App
What you’ll learn
Get a solid foundation in Web Security Fundamentals
Perform the attacks yourself manually, in order to fully understand them
This course covers Angular 6 and all the server code is in Typescript, but the security concepts explained in it are applicable to other technology stacks.
This course uses the Typescript language, and includes an auxiliary Ebook – The Typescript Jumpstart Ebook
We will use several MIT licensed Angular and Node packages from Auth0 (that you could use in your application), and we will also include a demo of how to use Auth0 for doing Application User Management.
Its important to realize that this is NOT an Auth0 specific course. Auth0 will be the source of a couple of open source packages we will use, and will be doing a quick demo of it to show how JWT makes it simple to delegate authentication to a third-party system, which could be developed in-house as well.
Security – A Fundamental Step in a Software Development Career
Security is probably the number one advanced topic that Software Developers are expected to master when going forward in their software development careers.
Security knowledge is hard to come by but its essential for advancing to more senior software development positions, like for example Application Architect or similar.
Learning Web Security Fundamentals, knowing how to design an application for security, and knowing how to recognize and fix security issues is an essential skill for a senior developer.
But the problem is that security knowledge is orthogonal to most other topics and it typically takes years to learn.
The good news is that once you have it, Security knowledge has a much longer shelf live than most software development knowledge in general.
Most of the vulnerabilities and fixes that you will learn in this course were useful 10 years ago, and will (very likely) still be useful 10 years from now – Angular and Node are just an example of one stack, to make the course examples more practical.
Security is seen as something really hard to master – this is actually not the case! Application Security is much more approachable than you might think, depending on how you learn it.