In this chapter, we will discuss component lifecycle methods.
componentWillMount is executed before rendering, on both the server and the client side.
componentWillReceiveProps is invoked as soon as the props are updated before another render is called. We triggered it from setNewNumber when we updated the state.
shouldComponentUpdate should return true or false value. This will determine if the component will be updated or not. This is set to true by default. If you are sure that the component doesn't need to render after state or props are updated, you can return false value.
componentWillUpdate is called just before rendering.
componentDidUpdate is called just after rendering.
componentWillUnmount is called after the component is unmounted from the dom. We are unmounting our component in main.js.
In the following example, we will set the initial state in the constructor function. The setNewnumber is used to update the state. All the lifecycle methods are inside the Content component.
After the initial render, we will get the following screen.
OneLogin has implemented and open-sourced SAML toolkits for five web development platforms:
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard for logging users into applications based on their sessions in another context. This single sign-on (SSO) login standard has significant advantages over logging in using a username/password:
No need to type in credentials
No need to remember and renew passwords
No weak passwords
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Most organizations already know the identity of users because they are logged in to their Active Directory domain or intranet. It makes sense to use this information to log users in to other applications, such as web-based applications, and one of the more elegant ways of doing this is by using SAML.
SAML is very powerful and flexible, but the specification can be quite a handful. OneLogin’s open-source SAML toolkits can help you integrate SAML in hours, instead of months. We’ve come up with a simple setup that will work for most applications.
SAML SSO works by transferring the user’s identity from one place (the identity provider) to another (the service provider). This is done through an exchange of digitally signed XML documents.
Consider the following scenario: A user is logged into a system that acts as an identity provider. The user wants to log in to a remote application, such as a support or accounting application (the service provider). The following happens:
The user accesses the remote application using a link on an intranet, a bookmark, or similar and the application loads.
The application identifies the user’s origin (by application subdomain, user IP address, or similar) and redirects the user back to the identity provider, asking for authentication. This is the authentication request.
The user either has an existing active browser session with the identity provider or establishes one by logging into the identity provider.
The identity provider builds the authentication response in the form of an XML-document containing the user’s username or email address, signs it using an X.509 certificate, and posts this information to the service provider.
The service provider, which already knows the identity provider and has a certificate fingerprint, retrieves the authentication response and validates it using the certificate fingerprint.
The identity of the user is established and the user is provided with app access.
The diagram below illustrates the single sign-on flow for service provider-initiated SSO, i.e. when an application triggers SSO.
Identity provider-initiated SSO is similar and consists of only the bottom half of the flow.
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I recently went through the same thought process: having never heard of SAML, I needed to enable a web application to authenticate via SAML with OneLogin as the identity provider (instead of Active Directory … What I came to realize was that the confusion was three-fold: (1) how SAML works, (2) how the passport-saml library works in Node, and (3) how to configure the identity provider (OneLogin, Active …
Trying to do some research on how to go about doing this, I read about CAS, SAML and OAuth2. … seem to be saying very similar stuff: https://github.com/rubycas/rubycas-server and https://github.com/rubycas/rubycas-clienthttps://github.com/nbudin/devise_cas_authenticatablehttps://github.com/onelogin …
I played with this one once: https://github.com/onelogin/ruby-samlIt might be what you're looking for. …
You can also take a look on https://github.com/onelogin/python-samlIs also open source and the toolkit contains 2 demos: A django application and a Flask application. … Right now only works on Python 2.XEdited 13/05/2015: There is a python 3.X version (beta, I'm still testing it): https://github.com/pitbulk/python3-saml (thanks bgaifullin for contributing it)Edited …
Things I've tried:simpleSAMLphp - SAML is an option which does these things for me. … But it is not as mature as OneLogin and I'm not thinking to go in SaaS model at this stage unless it is necessity.Laravel Passport - oAuth 2.0 seems tempting. …