Category: Javascript

Optimize Your React Application with Webpack in 15 Minutes

Looking to optimize the performance of your Spring Boot Application? (Who isn’t?) Sure, you could pull JavaScript and CSS files from a CDN, but for a real performance upgrade you probably want to try bundling your assets with webpack! In a previous tutorial you created a web application using React and Bootstrap that pulled libraries …

Tutorial: User Authentication in AngularJS and ASP.NET Core

Modern web applications have an explicit separation between the server and the client. Clients use AngularJS, ReactJS, EmberJS, and others. Servers use NodeJS, Java, and, .NET. Microsoft’s .NET platform is a strong, battle-proven server-side framework, and AngularJS is arguably the most popular client-side framework. They work seamlessly together, but adding solid, secure authentication can seem …

Build a CRUD Application with React, Spring Boot, and User Authentication

Heads up… this article is old! For an updated version of this article, see Use React and Spring Boot to Build a Simple CRUD App on the Okta developer blog. React is one of the most popular libraries for creating web application frontends. With Spring Boot it’s easier than ever to create a CRUD backend …

Add Stormpath to Your JHipster Application

Heads up… this post is old! For an updated version of this post, see Use OpenID Connect Support with JHipster on the Okta developer blog. One of the first things I wanted to do when I started working for Stormpath was to integrate it with JHipster. My reasoning was twofold: 1) I wanted to make …

Tutorial: Get Started with AngularJS, Spring Boot, and Stormpath

Last year, Micah Silverman wrote about integrating Spring Boot, Spring Security, and Stormpath. Today, I’m going to take you on a similar journey, except this time you’ll be using AngularJS and Stormpath’s AngularJS SDK for the UI. Along the way, you’ll learn how to create REST endpoints with Spring Data REST, configure Spring Boot to …

Tutorial: Let’s Build a Redux Powered React Application

In this blogpost, we’ll dig into Redux and learn why it’s valuable when building a React application. I’ll also walk you through building your first Redux application, including how to use the Stormpath React SDK for user authentication. When you are finished you can take that knowledge and apply that to your existing React applications!

JWT Authentication with AngularJS – Video and Tutorial

Lately I’ve been on the road, giving talks about web application security. JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) are the new hotness, and I’ve been trying to demystify them and explain how they can be used securely. In the latest iteration of this talk, I give some love to Angular and explain how I’ve solved authentication issues …

Stormpath React SDK: Introducing custom login and registration forms

Building forms has never really been any fun. But with the new custom forms feature that we’ve added to the Stormpath React SDK, it suddenly is. This custom forms functionality means you’ll have the ability to plug in your own markup to the forms for user login, registration and reset password without having to think …

Tutorial: How to Build a React.js Application with User Login & Authentication

Heads up… this article is old! For an updated version of this article, see Build User Registration with Node, React, and Okta on the Okta developer blog. Update: Check out the new custom forms features we’ve added to the Stormpath React SDK, including the ability to plug in your own markup to the forms for …

Build a Fullstack Application with Angular.js, Express.js, and User Management in 15 minutes with Stormpath

Update 5/12/2016: We’re excited to announce the 3.0 release of our Express-Stormpath library! For the technical breakdown of authentication in Express, you should see the 3.0 Changelog and the 3.0 Upgrade Guide. When building full-stack JavaScript applications, it’s all too easy to defer the user authentication until some later date. With the power of frameworks like …