One way to implement authentication/authorization in Angular applications.
- Live version
To run the server locally, open a terminal, and navigate to the directory you cloned the project to. Make sure you have Node/NPM and Bower installed! Then run the following commands:
npm install npm start
Twitter/Facebook/Google auth is enabled by default, but you can easily turn it off by commenting out the
passport.use() statements in the server.js file.
If you want to enable any of the social logins make sure to set the appropriate environment variables:
To run automated server tests:
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