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Published On May 31, 2018

Making our Rest Controllers secure with HTTP Basic Authentication

Spring Boot provides a nifty 'security' dependency, which will let you easily secure your REST controllers with e.g. HTTP Basic Authentication. In this episode you'll learn how to setup Spring Security to protect your Rest Controllers and also test your changes afterwards.

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Making our Rest Controllers secure with HTTP Basic Authentication

Spring Boot provides a nifty 'security' dependency, which will let you easily secure your REST controllers with e.g. HTTP Basic Authentication. In this episode you'll learn how to setup Spring Security to protect your Rest Controllers and also test your changes afterwards.

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Arc 1 : Project Setup & Domain
Arc 2 : Building the REST Services for a CRM
2.7
5 Min. 42 Sec.
Arc 3 : Enhancing our CRM
Arc 4 : Security, Versioning & Other
Arc 5 : Deploying our REST Service