Spring Boot: Adding Different Logins - HTTP, Form and SSO- Free Virtual Workshop

Coding and Technology Classes
Coding and Technology Classes
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In this session, we will use various options for implementing a login feature using Spring Boot 2.1. We intend to start with the basic authentication which you may use for an internal backend tool. Then, we will move on to a form-based authentication page. We will proceed to customize the default, auto-generated form by overriding the default templates and controllers. Finally, we will also add Single Sign-on using OAuth 2.0. This is exciting! Our goal would be to allow the user to sign in using Github.

We assume that you have got a basic familiarity with Spring and Spring Boot. You may not necessarily have an in-depth understanding of Spring's various security features.

We expect that you have git installed. Gradle is not strictly necessary.

Come, have fun, learn hands-on some latest technology, participate in Q&A and network -- all geared for your success.

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