Social logins using Oauth2 have become a industry standard. It has revolutionized the way sites share data and has allowed users to quickly access new applications without having to create a new set of credentials. This article gives an example of why OAuth2 was invented and provides a working example of a Spring Security 5 application integrated with Google.
Push notifications are a vital feature for today’s enterprise mobile applications. Why are they so important? They allow the business to communicate with its users without requiring the application to be in an open state.
Xamarin.Forms allows developers to create user interfaces in XAML with code behind it in C#, which then renders as native controls on iOS and Android platforms.
In this blog, we go through a step-by-step tutorial for setting up and configuring push notifications on Xamarin.Forms applications using Azure Notification Hub. Let’s dive right in.
As your application complexity increases, you may start thinking about implementing a session timeout in instances when there is no activity for a period of time. Whether you want a session timeout to increase your web app securities or to avoid unnecessary automatic API calls, it’s good to have some sort of idle check and log out built into your application.
So you want to host a web application on Azure with minimal overhead, but how is this done? Azure makes it possible by running an App Service using Docker containers. Setting up an App Service is simple and can be accomplished with a few steps.
In this blog, I’ll explain the steps necessary to generate a Docker image in Azure. Then, we will deploy a web application based on an image we generate. We host the application with the following steps:
1. Create a Container Registry
2. Build a Docker image
3. Create a Web App
As a frontend developer, have you ever found yourself in a situation where the backend didn’t have a RESTful API that you could call to test out your user interface? Have you ever wanted to prototype an idea and found yourself getting down in the weeds setting up RESTful routes in a mock backend server?
That’s where json-server comes to the rescue!
With json-server, you simply create a JSON file that follows json-server’s conventions, and you can have a mock RESTful server up in no time. This blog post will go over the features of json-server that I have found most useful as a frontend developer.