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What does this course offer?
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This course offers an introduction to API Security with OAuth 2.0. In 4 hours you will get to know the actors, endpoints, tokens and grant types of OAuth. You will be ready to use OAuth in cloud solutions and mobile apps. You will be able to look over the shoulder of an expert using OAuth for Facebook, LinkedIn, Google and Paypal.
How is this course taught?
If you have tried to read the official OAuth specification, you may get the impression that OAuth is complicated. This course explains OAuth in simple terms. The four OAuth flows are visualized using sequence diagrams. The diagrams are then animated so you get to know the interactions step by step and see the big picture of the various OAuth interactions. This high-level overview is complemented with a rich set of example requests and responses and an explanation of the technical details.
Who should take this course?
Do you want to build exciting solutions with the next-generation technology? Whether you are a web developer, mobile developer or API developer, an architect or embedded developer for the Internet of Things, today you need to know OAuth to build state of the art solutions.
You believe OAuth is complicated? OAuth may seem complicated with flows and redirects going back and forth. This course will give you clarity by introducing the seemingly complicated material with many illustrations and animations. These illustrations clearly show all the involved interaction parties and the messages they exchange.
You want to learn the OAuth concepts efficiently? This course uses many animated diagrams and sequence diagrams. A good diagram says more than 1000 words.
Do you want to write best-selling iPhone and Android apps? The most popular mobile apps integrate with popular social APIs of Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and many more. If this is a well-known fact, why do app developers not just do it?
You want to use OAuth to protect your APIs? OAuth is perfectly suited to protect your APIs. You can learn which OAuth endpoints need to be provided and which checks need to be made within the protected APIs.
What am I going to get from this course?
Title: OAuth 2.0 – Getting Started as an API Security Expert