Authentication and Authorization have been integral parts of every system I worked on, as far as I can remember. Things have changed over time, though. Once there was only a table with usernames and passwords, and the stand alone application would have a login screen displayed at the begin of a session. The application was responsible for checking if the password was correct for the username, and for restricting access to resources based on who the user was. There was a session in place and a logged in user was so granted we did not have to worry about it. The user data was always available.
Howdy! That’s what my Architect says, whenever he starts the daily scrum. I am saying the same as I am writing an article after a long time. That’s a shortcoming from my side as I haven’t learnt anything new or worth sharing for a long time now! All those years, I am shamelessly taking inspiration from others, without contributing much.
This article is second in series for learning Dart language, the new kid in the block. Dart Team are upgrading language almost at same pace of Dot Net Core. With Flutter making its main language for app development, I believe it would be in main stream soon.
Within few weeks, I am writing third article in DART2 Prima Plus series, As mentioned earlier Its new kid in block, with feature addition and releases almost every week. I believe they taking scrum methodology by heart.
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