Category Angular2

Angular Configuration using ASP.NET Core settings

This post shows how ASP.NET Core application settings can be used to configure an Angular application. ASP.NET Core provides excellent support for different configuration per environment, and so using this for an Angular application can be very useful. Using CI, one release build can be automatically created with different configurations, instead of different release builds […]

Angular OIDC OAuth2 client with Google Identity Platform

This article shows how an Angular client could implement a login for a SPA application using Google Identity Platform OpenID. The Angular application uses the npm package angular-auth-oidc-client to implement the OpenID Connect Implicit Flow to connect with the google identity platform. Code: History 2017-07-09 Updated to version 1.1.4, new configuration Setting up Google […]

angular-auth-oidc-client Release, an OpenID Implicit Flow client in Angular

I have been blogging and writing code for Angular and OpenID Connect since Nov 1, 2015. Now after all this time, I have decided to create my first npm package for Angular: angular-auth-oidc-client, which makes it easier to use the Angular Auth OpenID client. This is now available on npm. npm package: github code: […]

OpenID Connect Session Management using an Angular application and IdentityServer4

The article shows how the OpenID Connect Session Management can be implemented in an Angular application. The OpenID Connect Session Management 1.0 provides a way of monitoring the user session on the server using iframes. IdentityServer4 implements the server side of the specification. This does not monitor the lifecycle of the tokens used in the […]

Implementing a silent token renew in Angular for the OpenID Connect Implicit flow

This article shows how to implement a silent token renew in Angular using IdentityServer4 as the security token service server. The SPA Angular client implements the OpenID Connect Implicit Flow ‘id_token token’. When the id_token expires, the client requests new tokens from the server, so that the user does not need to authorise again. Code: […]

Anti-Forgery Validation with ASP.NET Core MVC and Angular

This article shows how API requests from an Angular SPA inside an ASP.NET Core MVC application can be protected against XSRF by adding an anti-forgery cookie. This is required, if using Angular, when using cookies to persist the auth token. Code: Blogs in this Series Using Angular in an ASP.NET Core View with Webpack […]