Top 5 Cyber Monday Security Threats and What To Do About Them
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React Virtual DOM vs Incremental DOM vs Ember’s Glimmer: Fight
Take a look at competing DOM manipulation libraries and find out which one is faster with a performance benchmark!
Build an App with Vue.js: From Authentication to Calling an API
Learn how to build a Vue.js app and how to easily get up and running with JWT authentication.
Zero To Launch
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“Auth0 introduces pre-release program, Zero To Launch, giving qualifying customers exclusive early access to new features and functionality.”
Intro to Microservices, Part 4: Dependencies and Data Sharing
Learn the basics of dependency management and data sharing for microservices architectures
Surprised? Turns out, consumers don’t trust IoT security
What customers and developers think of IoT security
Creating Offline-First Web Apps with Service Workers
Learn about the importance of creating an offline-first experience for app users and how to accomplish it easily with the Service Worker API
Pluralsight Course on using Auth0 with AngularJS and ASP.NET WebAPI
This is a guest post by Ajden Towfeek. Ajden is a full-stack developer with focus on Microsoft technologies with 10+ years of experience in commercial software development.
Using LDAP and Active Directory with C# 101
In this tutorial learn how to integrate LDAP and Active Directory (AD) with your C# projects
Applying GitHub's Parallel Code Paths using Node.js in Auth0
Learn how we deploy new versions of features while avoiding breaking changes through the use of a node.js library for feature changes.
Incremental DOM 101: What is it and why I should care?
Learn how Incremental DOM works and how it compares to Glimmer and Virtual DOM
5 Ways to Make Your App More Secure in Less than 20 Minutes
Using Angular $Http and Angular 2 Http - Angular 2 Series Part 3
Learn the differences between $http in Angular 1.x and Http in Angular 2. Find out how to use the RxJS Observables that Http returns.