Applications must take security into account, and Angular applications are no exception. In this course, Angular Security Using JSON Web Tokens, you will create an authentication system and an authorization system that can be used on both the client side and the server side. First, you will learn how Angular applications must have secure UI elements on the client side, and secure your Web API calls on the server side. Then, you will use Angular, Visual Studio Code, JSON Web Tokens, claims, roles, and a .NET Core Web API to secure your Angular applications. By the end of this course, you’ll know exactly how to implement a flexible, claims-based security system, you can use in a small, medium, or large Angular application.
Course Overview Hello everyone, my name is Paul Sheriff, and welcome to my course, Angular Security Using JSON Web Tokens. I'm a business solutions architect at Fairway Technologies with over 32 years of experience creating enterprise applications. If you are like me, you've struggled to find good information about how to create a security system for your Angular applications. If so, then this course is for you. In this course, you're going to learn to create a security architecture for your simple or your enterprise type applications. You do this by learning to create a claims-based security architecture to secure your UI elements, as well as your Web API method calls. Some of the major topics we cover include authenticate a user, secure UI elements and guard routes, use JSON web tokens to secure your Web API methods, create a claims-based authorization system using JSON web tokens. By the end of this course, you'll know exactly how to implement a flexible claims-based security system you can use in the small, medium, or large Angular application. Before beginning this course, I'm assuming you're familiar with Angular, TypeScript, and the Web API. I hope you'll join me on your journey to create an Angular security system in my course, Angular Security Using JSON Web Tokens at Pluralsight.