Articles Tagged ‘spring-boot’

Identity Management, One-Time-Passwords and Two-Factor-Auth with Spring Boot and Keycloak

Sunday, November 26th, 2017

Communicating with  identity and access management systems is a common task for many web-applications exposing secured resources.

Keycloak is an open source software that provides not also such authorization services but also offers a lot of features from Single-Sign-On, Identity-Brokering, Social-Login, User-Federation, multiple client-adapters up to the administration console or support for protocols like OpenID, SAML, OAuth2, Kerberos and more.

I will demonstrate how to integrate a Spring Boot web application with Keycloak and configure an authentication flow that requires a two-factor-authentication with user credentials and also one-time-passwords. (more…)

Integrating Swagger into a Spring Boot RESTful Webservice with Springfox

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Spring Boot allows us to create RESTful web-services with ease, Swagger specifies a format to describe the capabilities and operations of these services and with Swagger UI it is possible to explore our REST API with a nice graphical user interface in our browser.

Springfox is a project that aims at creating automated JSON API documentation for API’s built with Spring and is used in the following tutorial to integrate Swagger into a sample application.

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