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Many modern projects separate the backend from the frontend user interface. The bakend usually handles incoming requests and responses with some information in JSON or XML.
When you are working with an architecture like this, your API needs to be exposed in a secure way and here is where Auth0 will simplify your design.
In this post I’m going to explain how I have integrated a website made with AngularJS with an API using ExpressJS and secured with Auth0.
Summer has arrived. I can’t forget those summer nights at my village when I was young, looking at a bright night sky with a lot of glittering stars.
The infinite of the sky made me small, leaving my mind at a point I thought about anything and everything at the same time, braindead, stunned, relaxed.
I looked at a whole sky without paying attention to any specific star, seeing satellites crossing the sky in a “perfect” straight line. I loved those nights as much as I loved the universe although I don’t know as much I’d like about it.
If you have read my previous article about chaining promises, you’ll know I love using small functions in “then” methods, but sometimes chaining is not that simple.
For example, when you have to execute in your “then” method a function receiving two parameters it is not possible… or it is?
In these cases you can use some alternatives as seen below:
- Using an anonymous function to chain our second promise
- Use “bind” to pass the second parameter to our second function
- Wrap our second function into another function and chain this wrapper instead.
Adrián G. is Stephen Fry proof thanks to caching by WP Super Cache