Spring Security & Keycloak - CORS Configuration
If you've ever configured a frontend-backend application, you definitely ran into this issue:
✅ GET requests work as expected
Spring Boot ft. Keycloak - Resource - Authorization Server
Can you find a better couple?
Recently I was being put in the position of needing to set up the
Spring Security (series) - Method authorization #7
Spring Security can go deeper than just URL matchers! 🐳
When adding authorization rules to our application, we can either:
Spring Security (series) - Authorities and Roles #6
Now that we know who you are, let's see what you CAN do 🧐 !
So we got through with the
Spring Security (series) - GitHub SSO #5
Let GitHub handle the headache of your user management.
I always wanted to know how that magic 'Sign in
Spring Security (series) - OAuth Grant Types #4
Simple is not always better!
Let's start with understanding what a Grant Type actually means.
The OAuth grant type
Spring Security (series) - Database user login #3
This post will be continuing the security-series and we will get right into it by logging in with a
Spring Security (Series) - Overview #2
Take a step back and see the forest for the trees!
So, in the previous post we went straight
Spring Security (Series) - Creating the service #1
Do you have a lock on your bike but not on your apps? This one is for you.