Anthony Master

Anthony has been in the web development realm since 2007. Having a Bachelors of Theology in Missions, which is uncommon in this field, he has received no formal education for Computer Science. He has learned most things the hard way which sometimes has its benefits. Anthony’s passion has brought him to developing a web application serving Churches, Missionaries, and other ministries. Having arrived at a crossroads where relational databases were not able to handle their workflow, they decided to use Dgraph being an early adopter of the GraphQL endpoint and Slash.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 4)

The last in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the last of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation Continuing in our series as the fourth and final part we will discuss how to bring authentication into our Dgraph GraphQL endpoint with a custom mutation.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 3)

The third in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the third of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation Slash GraphQL‘s authorization mechanism uses signed JWTs.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 2)

The second in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the second of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation In this part we'll look at adding authorization to our schema with the @auth directive.