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OpenID Connect & JWT: Identity as a Service for your Apps

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Product is rated as #24 in category Cyber Security

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2020–04–04 More than 500 satisfied students
2020–04–04 Answered 2 questions of my students in the Q&A

Learn OpenID Connect to get higher signups & conversion for your apps!

Login with Google, Facebook, LinkedIn – all successful apps do it, so should you

Do you want to know how OpenID Connect works?

Exploring how OpenID Connect works in detail is the subject of this course. We take a bottom–up approach and first study all the elements (actors, endpoints, and tokens) of OpenID Connect. This puts us in an excellent position for the second step: to understand the various OpenID Connect Flows – how the actors, endpoints, and tokens are put together to transmit identity claims securely.

Do you wonder why there are several OpenID Connect Flows?

Whether we use OpenID Connect from a mobile app, a script in a browser or from a secure backend server, there is an appropriate OpenID Connect Flow with the right tradeoffs in security, functionality, and convenience for each of these scenarios. This course helps you to choose the right one.

Do you think that these OpenID Connect Flows are confusing?

You are not alone; the OpenID Connect Flows tend to get confusing. However, with this course, we make it clear and easy to understand: We visualize these flows and show how to choose the flow that is appropriate for a given scenario. A picture says more than a 1000 words – that is why we explain the OpenID Connect Flows using easy to understand sequence diagrams.

Instructor Details

I am a techie at heart with a background in APIs, AI, security and software engineering. At some point, I got a Ph.D. I use my technical background to help companies define their digital strategy, execute their transformation agendas, and bring innovations to the market. I love sharing my knowledge in the classroom, at workshops, and in my books. I am an instructor at the API-University, publish a blog on APIs, am the author of several books on APIs, and regularly speak at technology conferences. My goal as an instructor is to create comprehensive step-by-step courses that break down the complex details into small, digestible pieces. I like to build the kind of material that I myself would have loved to have when I was starting out.

Specification: OpenID Connect & JWT: Identity as a Service for your Apps

Duration

7 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Jonathan Cohen

    Very clear descriptions

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  2. Luis Orozco Cabrera

    This course was great. It had more than I expected. It was very detailed and clear. The instructor showed some nice diagrams that accompanied by the theory helped me understand the concepts, steps and usage. Im going to use the knowledge just acquired at work. Thank you.

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  3. Phil Wilkins

    Well paced look at OAuth making the distinctions between OAuth and Open Id Connect something that gets mixed up regularly. Great detail about how JWT/JWS/JWE tokens work and their differences Recommended

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  4. Jorge Uribe

    Is good

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  5. Neil McCaffrey

    Matt takes the time to break down a complex subject into relatively easy to digest bite sized pieces. Had there been a few more real life examples especially for the different code flows (authorisation vs implicit vs hybrid) and use of JWE vs JWS I would probably have given 5 stars

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  6. Yuri Gogolitsyn

    Very good. Detailed explanation of the Open IDConnect and JWT.

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  7. Gabriel Bustos

    I love how you are now doing a little bit more of a deeper dive into these topics. I m hoping in the upcoming videos you explain how a mobile application that cannot securely store their clientId and secret, but requires refresh tokens is configured to support this workflow. My last comment is: in your first online course your voice was strong, and exciting to listen too. In this new course, you sound low, tired and not as exciting. This is my own personal judgement, but you were able to keep me fully engaged last course, and now I m finding myself drifting a bit. You are doing a great job though!

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  8. Tarek Ahmed

    Detailed, comprehensive, everything explained in a way that makes the matter easy to understand. Fully recommendable. The 10 seconds of muzak in the beginning of each and every lesson are irritating and dispensable, though.

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  9. Annette Foster

    Could have given a better explanation of what claims are

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  10. Matthew Ruane

    No detail so far

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  11. Andreas Rudischhauser

    Ich habe einen guten berblick bekommen!

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  12. Ulrik Aarup Kruse

    Informative and easy to understand

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  13. Jose Guzman

    The speech could be faster, more practice sections are needed

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  14. Juan Garcia

    Easy to understand. Though unnecessarily long. The heads and music to introduce everything make the student stay way longer than needed and sometimes the teacher has pauses in between for no apparent reason.

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  15. Manuel

    Good course. You could use some examples to see better the big picture.

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  16. Gabor Darmai

    Clear concepts, clear explanations, very few questions left open.

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  17. Yogesh Vishvanath Dhawale

    This course was really well organized and the content was really good also the concepts are explained in detail. Very good session . Thank you.

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  18. Gandhinath Swaminathan

    good and complete content but presentation is not great. Inconsistent voice and too slow. Speeding up in Udemy player make it worse (mumbling) because of presentation style.

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  19. Michael Straka

    Good course. Maybe some practical exercise on an earlier stage would be nice.

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  20. Fabian Gonzales

    Decent overview of OIDC. But I feel the content could have been compacted quite a bit. Half the course seems to be just reading out loud the contents of tokens or the fields that go into a request, or summarizing what is written in the spec. There is little to tie it all together and to explain the reasoning behind the standard, why it is useful and when to use it. There are also some errors or inconsistencies in the contents, such as when a nonce is required, or confusing whether the JWE goes inside the JWS or vice versa.

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  21. Hussein Almulla

    It is less then what I expected. Good fundamental details but nothing more then that.

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  22. Pradosh Prusty

    This is a very good course. But will suggest that first to go through the Course of OAuth and then go through this course. This helped me a lot to clarify all concepts around OAuth , Open ID Connect and JWT. Would like to see more courses from you!!

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