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Adding Refresh Tokens to a Web API v2 Authorization Server

In the last post I showed how to add a simple username/password (aka resource owner password credentials flow) authorization server to Web API v2. This has several advantages:
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Token-based Authentication with Socket.IO

Authentication in realtime frameworks can be challenging. Perhaps this is because the way these systems work is quite different from a regular web app. The risk of not correctly authenticating your sockets traffic is that you could end up sniffing information on other users streams. The socket server will not automagically know about the logged-in user, thus anyone could join any stream.
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