Implementing Your Own Spring Boot Oauth2 Authorization Server
In this article, we will be talking about implementing your own authorization server in a Spring Boot application, and we will also test a few types of grant types.
Before starting this post, please make sure that you have a conceptual understanding of how OAuth works and its terminologies. If you don’t, you may want to check out this comprehensive explanation.
In the modern world, we have seen major IT organizations have their own OAuth implementation and have their own OAuth servers. If we look around, we will find that most of the applications are now powered by OAuth and guarantee your account security to a great extent. In Spring Boot applications, spring team has given support for spring security, which of course is a great way of securing your applications. But to leverage the features of single sign on (SSO) and social login, you may want to implement your own OAuth server in your Spring Boot application. The Spring team has also implemented OAuth specifications and given support to implement your standalone authorization server.
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