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DotKernel API Server Side Authorization

This article covers the basic authorization of a Server Side application  built using DotKernel API Protecting an endpoint no-auth: the resource can be accessed without the need of authentication/authorization authentication: the resource can be accessed only by authenticated users authorization: … Read More

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DotKernel API Client Side Authorization

This article covers the basic authorization of a Client application which use a backend built using DotKernel API Authorization Request Client application users send a POST request to the backend containing the following JSON object: { “grant_type”: “password”, “client_id”: “{API_CLIENT}”, … Read More

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Adding a CORS implementation to Zend Expressive

This article is a guide on how to add a CORS implementation on an existing DotKernel3 project. The issue If you’re facing this message: “Access to XMLHttpRequest at ‘url’ has been blocked by cors policy. No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin header is present … Read More

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Handling and Logging errors with dot-errorhandler and dot-log

This article is a follow-up for: Logging with dot-log in Zend Expressive and DotKernel, the mentioned article is a guide to using dot-log.   This article explains the usage of dotkernel/dot-errorhandler with dotkernel/dot-log or zendframework/zend-log to log errors in Zend Expressive applications. This … Read MoreRead More

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Logging with dot-log in Zend Expressive and DotKernel

This article will explain the usage of the dot-log component within DotKernel, Zend Expressive or in a project that uses Zend Service Manager. Since dot-log extends zendframework/zend-log this tutorial mostly compatible with zend-log as well. … Read More

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