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  • NetanelBasal/spectator
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • zippy title=, Zippy title, Zippy content, spectator,
  • Angular 2 Authentication: Protecting Private Content —
    • Jurgen Van de Moere takes an Angular app to the next level, adding authentication and showing how to protect sections of the app from unauthorized access.
    • Angular, Angular CLI, sign-in page, session data, angular router
  • egoist/vue-content-loader
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • Vue port, custom loader, online tool, Vue JSX, GitHub extension
  • Spectator is written on top of the Angular Testing Framework and provides two things: – – Writing tests for our code is part of our daily routine.
  • Although Angular provides us with great tools to deal with these things, it still requires quite a lot of boilerplate work.
  • For this reason, I decided to create a library that will make it easier for us to write tests by cutting down on the boilerplate and adding custom Jasmine matchers.
  • @ ({ selector: , template: }) { @ () className ; @ () title ; @ () click (); onClick( ) { .
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  • By the end of this article, youll understand: – – the difference between cookies and tokens – how to create an AuthService to implement authentication logic – how to create a SessionService to store session data – how to create a sign-in form using an Angular reactive form – how…
  • js in the root of our project: – – const jsonServer = require(‘json-server’); – const server = jsonServer.create(); – const router = middlewares = jsonServer.defaults(); – const bodyParser = require(‘body-parser’); – – // Sample JWT token for demo purposes – const jwtToken = + – Use default middlewares (CORS, static,…
  • First we import all json-server machinery: – – const jsonServer = require(‘json-server’); – const server = jsonServer.create(); – const router = middlewares = jsonServer.defaults(); – const bodyParser = require(‘body-parser’); – – In a real-world application, we would dynamically generate a JWT token when a user authenticates, but for the purpose…
  • We then define a request handler for sign-in requests: – – // Handle sign-in (req, res) = { – const username = req.body.username; – const password = req.body.password; – if(username === ‘demo’ password === ‘demo’) { – res.json({ – name: ‘SitePoint Reader’, – token: jwtToken – }); – } -…
  • In addition, we also tell json-server to authorize all other requests: – – // Protect other routes – server.use((req, res, next) = { – if (isAuthorized(req)) { – console.log(‘Access granted’); – next(); – } else { – console.log(‘Access denied, invalid JWT’); – res.sendStatus(401); – } – }); – – //…

Tags: Angular, Angular CLI, sign-in page, session data, angular router

  • This is a Vue port for react-content-loader.
  • is a meta loader while other loaders are just higher-order components of it.
  • By default only displays a simple rectangle, here’s how you can use it to create custom loaders: – – This is also how ListLoader is created.
  • You can also use the online tool to create shapes for your custom loader, it’s made for react-content-loader but the JSX it generates can be used in Vue templates or Vue JSX as well.
  • This is basically a Vue port for react-content-loader.

Tags: Vue port, custom loader, online tool, Vue JSX, GitHub extension

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