In my last two blogs, you created a set of Angular classes to support user authentication and authorization. You also built a .NET Core Web API project to authenticate a user against an SQL Server table. An authorization object was created with individual properties for each item you wished to secure in your application. In this blog, you are going to build an array of claims and eliminate the use of single properties for each item you wish to secure. Using an array of claims is a much more flexible approach for large applications.
On April 2, 2018, Paul D. Sheriff released his 17th Pluralsight course entitled: “Angular Security Using JSON Web Tokens.” For a short trailer about this course visit https://bit.ly/2q22iCK.