AngularJS has some in-built features to help with anti-CSRF protection. As stated in the Angular documentation: on each http request, the $http service (or anything built on top of it, like $resource) will look for a cookie (by default, "XSRF-TOKEN") and, if it finds it, it will submit…
I'm a Software Developer specialized in .NET, currently living & working in the beautiful city of Seville, the capital of Spain’s southern Andalucía, where I alternate hacking with bucket loads of sun, tapas, and a relaxed pace of life (yep, that means a siesta now and then).
Over the 6+ years of experience writing software for the desktop, web and mobile, I’ve come to develop a good eye for design. I’m a color addicted, maniac for details and passionate about UI/UX.
Despite having worked mostly in LOB (Line Of Business) applications, I like to focus on crafting user-centered design experiences. Software should be designed with intention and purpose —something that gets lost when the focus is on endless functionality and options, especially in typical enterprise solutions.
For the last year I’ve been developing applications for both Windows Phone and Windows 8 during the day, and obsessing over the "MEAN" stack (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and NodeJS) by night.
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