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In the previous article, we have created a RESTful API on top of ReactPHP HTTP server. Now we want to protect our API and add authentication. When it comes to securing a RESTful API things became interesting because a truly RESTful API should remain stateless. It means that the server doesn’t store sessions, all the information that the server needs to handle each request should be contained in the request itself.Tutorial Added by seregazhuk // sergeyzhuk.me // about 1 year ago
Previously we have used Basic HTTP Authentication to protect our RESTful API. This authentication method is pretty simple, but in most cases, it can be used only in the internal network with server-to-server communication. For example, we can’t store Basic Authentication credentials to mobile devices. JSON Web Tokens is another solution to protect our RESTful API.Article Added by seregazhuk // sergeyzhuk.me // about 1 year ago
Time to add authentication. Let's start with user signup.Tutorial Added by seregazhuk // youtu.be // 8 months ago
It's now time to add sign-in functionality to our RESTful API. We'll have to use JWT for that...Tutorial Added by seregazhuk // youtu.be // 7 months ago