JBStrap access control and security

JBStrap provides access control that ensures the security of the application's data and user interface(s). Access control is based on user roles. Roles must be assigned to users and the authentication process verifies if a logged-in user is allowed to view private contents. This means that content (data or user interfaces) can be protected and require specific access rights. Protected content elements are not accessible from the DOM. This content is not just hidden, but also completely inaccessible, thus providing additional protection against unauthorized access. Public contents are visible to anyone, even to users that are not logged in. The technical implementation of the access control solution is in the Security layer.

How to Set Up Role-Based Security in JBStrap

First off, define which parts of your application need to have content restrictions. Do you have an application that handles user accounts (e.g. an e-commerce app)?


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