Having a website on internet is a very powerful tool, you can create a tech blog, like mine, a site with your curriculum vitae, a portfolio, whatever you want. Being on internet increases your visibility and let other people know who you are, what do you do, or other information you consider important. But if you dedicate yourself to technology, computers, development and so on, you must have your space on internet. No excuses.
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.