The WebView browser component is commonly used to render web content within a native application layout. When the content is secured, it is required for the app to authenticate with the Web server first. When using the WebView component, we can leverage the component events (HTTP pipeline) to detect a challenge-response authentication event from the server and automatically login our app.

Challenge Response Security

Challenge Response Interaction

The challenge-response interaction is a security protocol (HTTP 401) event in which a server challenges the identity of a client, and the browser responds with the security credentials required to access the content. If the required…

A common web application feature is to provide multi-option filter capabilities to data grids. With AngularJS, a common pattern is the use the built-in filter. This however is not available on new versions of Angular due to performance issues. With this article, we take a look at providing the filtering capabilities using Angular 5, Typescript and Reactive Programming with Observables and Behavior subjects.

Check this article for the AngularJS Multi-Option Filter version

Defining the model

For our demo app, we build a simple vehicle inventory viewer which can filter results by selecting one or more makes (name). …

In a previous article, we discussed how to enable an application with Azure AD without making any implementation changes that integrate directly with Azure AD API. With that type of integration, we saw how all of our content is protected under the Azure security platform. We also noticed that there is a limitation when we need to provide anonymous access to some of the resources. In this article, we take a look at how to address this limitation by taking a direct control of the security in our application.

To download the code, clone the repo from Github with the…

When building SaaS solution, one of the most common cross cutting concerns is the authentication of users. For some solutions, the security implementation is handled by the application itself. In this article, we explore the use of Azure Active Directory (AAD) to provide the security services for our apps.

The application we are building is a Node.js backend API with an AngularJS front end. To follow along, create a web app on Azure and download the initial codebase by running the following command using the command window:

Clone the repo from Github. This creates a new folder (nodejs-azure-ad) and downloads…

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