This repository contains the Angular 1 front-end code that can be used by our full end-to-end samples.
If you're only interested in the front-end code, you can run this as a standalone demo by using the built-in Express back end. To see the full end-to-end scenarios with a different back end and for more documentation around the scenarios, you should pair this front end with our full end-to-end samples. These samples also provide more documentation around the scenarios.
For more information about the scenarios implemented in this sample, check out the Express sample documentation.
To run this sample:
Clone this repository and navigate to the new directory.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:okta/samples-js-angular-1.git && cd samples-js-angular-1
Install the required dependencies.
[samples-js-angular-1]$ npm install
Run the mock Okta server. If you're interested in testing this sample against your own Okta org, follow the steps in the Express Quick Start.
# Starts the mock-okta server at[samples-js-angular-1]$ npm run mock-okta
In a different terminal window, run the Express server.
# Starts the sample back end on[samples-js-angular-1]$ npm start
You're all set! Open a browser window to http://localhost:3000.
To run the full sample integrated with a different back-end web framework or language:
Clone one of our end-to-end samples:
Follow the end-to-end sample setup instructions.
Install this front end in the cloned directory.
# Install the front-end. For example, if using Django:[samples-python-django]$ npm install @okta/samples-js-angular-1 --save
Follow the end-to-end instructions to run the web server. You should be up and running with Angular 1!
Have a question or see a bug? Email email@example.com. For feature requests, feel free to open an issue on this repo. If you find a security vulnerability, please follow our Vulnerability Reporting Process.
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