Author: Sergey Kargopolov

Software developer

Web: www.appsdeveloperblog.com

In this tutorial, you will learn how to get an access token from the Keycloak authorization server using the OAuth Authorization Code Grant flow. You should use this authorization flow only if your application support redirects. For example, if your application is a Web application or a mobile application, then this authorization grant flow is…

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to use a Password Grant OAuth 2 authorization flow to request an Access Token and a Refresh token from the Keycloak server by sending HTTP Post request to a /token web service endpoint. The Password Grant flow should only be used if your application does not support redirects. Otherwise,…

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There are different ways to test that the UIViewController has been successfully pushed onto the navigation stack and in this tutorial, I will cover a few of them. For this tutorial, I have created a simple project with two view controllers on the Main.storyboard. The very first view controller has a button. When the button…

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By default, Spring Boot RESTful Web service endpoints consume and produce JSON representation. But we can easily make our RESTful Spring Boot Web service endpoints consume and produce an XML representation of a resource as well. Add XML Support to Spring Boot Project To make our Spring Boot project consume and produce an XML representation…

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HATEOAS is a way to make your RESTful Web Service endpoint, automatically include links to other Resources of your API, in the response that it sends back to a calling client application.  The client application that consumes your web service endpoint, can then use those links, to consume other RESTful Resources that your Web Service…

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There are a few different ways to Unit test code that throws an Error in Swift and my preferred way is to use the XCTAssertThrowError and XCTAssertNoThrows. I will also share with you how to use the traditional way of handling an error with the do-try-catch. Error To Be Thrown Let’s assume that we have…

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