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React : Implementing Token-Based Authentication and Authorization with functional components

  Token-based authentication is a popular approach for securing web applications, where users are issued tokens upon successful login, which are then used to access protected resources. In this blog post, we'll explore how to implement token-based authentication and authorization in a React application, including the use of authorization handlers for protected routes. Step 1: Set Up the Backend: Begin by setting up a backend server (e.g., Node.js with Express or ASP.NET Core) to handle user authentication and token generation. Define endpoints for user login and token generation. Step 2: Create React Application: Generate a new React application using Create React App or any other preferred method. This will serve as the frontend for our authentication system. npx create-react-app my-auth-app cd my-auth-app Step 3: Implement Authentication Service: Create an authentication service in React to handle user login and token management. This service will make API calls to the backe

React : Building a Multi-Page React Application with .NET Web API Integration using HTTP Interceptors

  In this blog post, we'll explore how to create a multi-page React application that communicates with a .NET Web API backend. We'll leverage HTTP interceptors in React to handle API requests and responses, allowing seamless integration between the frontend and backend. Additionally, we'll design the application to support dynamic pages, making it easy to add new features in the future. Step 1: Set Up the .NET Web API: Begin by creating a .NET Web API project to serve as the backend for our React application. Define endpoints to handle various CRUD operations or any other functionality required by the frontend. Step 2: Create React Application: Generate a new React application using Create React App. This will set up the basic structure and dependencies for our frontend. npx create-react-app my-react-app cd my-react-app Step 3: Implement HTTP Interceptors in React: Create a custom HTTP interceptor in React to intercept API requests and responses. This allows us to add

C# : Integrating gRPC in ASP.NET Core Web Application

  gRPC (Google Remote Procedure Call) is a high-performance RPC framework developed by Google. It enables efficient communication between distributed systems using protocol buffers. In this guide, we'll explore how to integrate gRPC into an ASP.NET Core web application, allowing seamless communication between clients and servers. Step 1: Create an ASP.NET Core Web Application: Begin by creating a new ASP.NET Core web application in Visual Studio or through the command line: dotnet new web -n MyWebApp cd MyWebApp Step 2: Install Required Packages: To integrate gRPC into your ASP.NET Core application, you need to install the required NuGet packages: dotnet add package Grpc.AspNetCore Step 3: Define a gRPC Service Contract: Create a .proto file to define your gRPC service contract. This file describes the methods that clients can call on your server: syntax = "proto3" ; service Greeter { rpc SayHello ( HelloRequest ) returns ( HelloReply ) ; } message HelloRe