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CUstom Authentication mechanism using Spring and Angular JS

 
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Hello Guys,
We are designing a web application that uses AngularJS as front end and spring REST as back-end.User authentication will start at Angular JS side and will be further handled by Spring security module.My confusion is at spring security side.As login mechanism will be handled by Angular JS,I can't use spring(security) login mechanism.Due to this,I assumed that I should create custom entry points for sping security.Is this a good Idea? Please suggest.

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Swapnil
 
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You can define custom entries in the spring-security.xml. Have a look at below
https://danielkaes.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/custom-authentication-provider-in-spring/
 
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