Can you find a better couple?
Recently I was being put in the position of needing to set up the security part of a new Spring Boot application.
The architecture is simple:
🔹 Backend resource server implemented with Spring Boot
🔹 Frontend client
🔹 Authorization server using Keycloak
I found a lot of articles online that described similar projects to my case, but not quite.
Most of them were using a Spring MVC project which stood for both client and resource server.Which is not my case, I didn't need to configure client authorization.
I only needed to configure it for the resource server.
After some more research and a lot of trial and error I figured it out and wanted to share it with you.
Let's go! 🚀