I believe developers have designed permission functions, and there are different frameworks and methods for setting permissions in different programming languages.
In a generation of increasingly fine-grained services, is there a way to make setting permission policies easier?
Casbin is an open source and powerful permission control library that is a cross-language standard (a common unified resource for all programming languages), supporting common programming languages such as PHP, JAVA, GO, and Node.js. We also simplify the complex Authentication and Authorization, and modularize the common authorization methods ACL, RBAC, ABAC.
In this session, we will share with you the following topics
- How is Casbin standardized across programming languages?
- How are some common authorization methods implemented & set in Casbin?
- What are the pros/cons of Casbin?
Backend engineer with more than 10 years of software-related development experience, passionate about learning everything of interest, enjoys taking technology-related courses and attending external seminars to absorb new knowledge.