LoginRadius’ Engineering Blog

Using JWT with OAuth2: When and Why

JWT and OAuth2 are different and serve separate purposes, but they are compatible and can be used together. This article goes over two basic use cases for incorporating JWT into OAuth2, as well as what advantage this might provide.

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Let’s Encrypt with SSL Certificates

What is an SSL Certificate?

Let’s start with some working definitions of the HTTP and HTTPS protocols. HTTP is the Internet protocol over which data is sent between a browser and a server when they are communicating. HTTPS is the secure counterpart of HTTP…

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Encryption and Hashing

Both encryption and hashing have significant uses in cryptology and other fields. One defining difference between them is that encryption is reversible, while hashing is irreversible. Because of this, encryption is often used for protecting the confidentiality of data. Only authorized people with the key should be able to access the data.

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JSON Web Token

A JSON Web Token (JWT) is a JSON object that is defined in RFC 7519 as a safe way of transmitting information between two parties. Information in the JWT is digitally-signed, so that it can be verified and trusted.

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Understanding JSONP

Nowadays, many API providers support JSONP requests. One reason for this is that most web browsers disable cross-domain requests when using basic Ajax.

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Using NuGet to publish .NET packages

NuGet is a free and open-source package manager for the .NET ecosystem. We can create and install packages using NuGet client tools. All of the .NET packages are hosted for publishing and consumption on a central package repository known as NuGet Gallery.

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