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Wednesday, May 23 • 10:00 - 11:00
Unlocking Angular’s full potential: what's new in Angular 6?
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One topic often pushed to the side when talking about Angular apps is security. The short answer is "you can't secure the client side". However, the reality is you still need to secure your application as a whole. In this session you will learn about what you can and can't do with security in Angular, and how you can protect the application as a whole with a combination of securing the files that compose your application, providing a good user experience for login and authorization in your client side app, and securing the Web API calls that your Angular app depends on to access the sensitive parts of your application - the data. You'll also learn about other aspects of security that the client side has to participate in, including CSRF/XSRF, XSS, and CORS. You'll learn all this primarily in the context of using ASP.NET for your back end, and you'll see how to leverage Angular constructs such as guards, service components and HttpClient interceptors to get your auth token added to your back end calls.

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Boubacar Siddighi Barry

Boubacar or ‘Bouba’ is Open Source Engineer at Hackages, an educational company on a mission to grow the skills of developers and specialised in giving hands-on training. He’s passionate about Angular, GraphQL, JavaScript in general, Vue.js and actually all new technologies... Read More →
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Davy Engone

Davy is a software engineer and educator. He's an engineering manager at Hackages where he combines technology and education to help other technologists stay up to date with the latest techniques and trends. When he's not busy building things with technology you can find him playing... Read More →

Wednesday May 23, 2018 10:00 - 11:00 CEST
Room 4