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Secure a Rails API with Auth0

If you want to expose an API publicly on the Internet, authorization will be a requirement for you sooner or later. You want to verify that the client consuming the API has the appropriate permissions.

This guide is exactly about that. We’ll be securing an API written using Ruby On Rails, with Auth0 as the authorization server.

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Mario Fernández

Mario Fernández

I develop software for a living. Then I go home and I continue reading about software, because I just cannot get enough. Nowadays I work for ThoughtWorks.

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