00:11 The first part of the course is all to do with Domino security, and making sure that we can utilize the Domino security model within our Node.js application. This means you will not have to worry about setting up new user accesses or user roles. We will just utilize the standard names address book inside Domino.
00:29 To do that, we need to identify authentication errors from Domino. Normally, Domino will return a status 200 code even if you have failed to log into Domino. This is not very useful.
00:40 We go over a method that allows us to enhance the standard login form and add a custom HTTP header, which can then be intercepted by the Node.js application to read out wherever we have an authentication error.
00:51 We look at how we can log into Domino via our Node.js application. We see how we can use the Domino security to actually access restricted data, and we see that working.
01:01 We're going to go over how we can expose the standard user information like the common name and user roles, and how we can utilize those to actually protect some of the roots within our Node.js application.
01:13 We look at how we can store the Domino user information inside what's known as a JWT, which is a JSON web token. This allows us to store this client-side in a protected format, and then send it back to our Node.js application on every call.
01:28 Therefore, we don't need to go back to Domino to check to see what roles a user has. We can then inaudible use those user roles to protect our roots.
01:35 We'll look at using the standard create, read and update, and delete methods of the Domino data service via the Node.js application. We'll then go over how to render that Domino data inside a Handlebars template in an Express application.
01:49 Finally, we'll cover how to take some computed Domino HTML and reuse it within our Express application. Pretty useful if you've got a complicated formula or other method that's generating HTML output, and you don't want to rewrite that.
02:04 I hope you enjoy this course. You should find it gets you up to speed so that you can start using Node.js with your Domino server right away.