8 March 2010
Knowledge of Flex.
In this excerpt from Flex on Java we're going to explore how to add security to your Flex applications. We'll not only discuss simple authentication, but we'll touch on adding authorization to specific parts of your Flex application through the use of the @Security annotations provided by the Spring Security framework.
We'll take an iterative approach to adding security to our sample application. We'll start by adding simple login and logout functionality. Following that we'll build upon that and add some security constraints to the services and lock down the destructive method calls to only users belonging to specific roles, while still allowing anonymous access to be able to view the data in our application.
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