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Overview of Segmenting and Protecting Data1:52 with James Churchill
Now that we've got a way for users to register and sign-in, we're going to tackle another important issue: segmenting and protecting our user's data.
[MUSIC] 0:00 Now that we've got a way for users to register and sign in, 0:04 we're going to tackle another important issue. 0:07 Segmenting and protecting our users data. 0:11 The Fitness Frog Web app, tracks a users fitness activities. 0:14 Unfortunately, the fitness activity entry stored in our database 0:18 are associated with a specific user. 0:22 So we currently don't have a way to know which entries belong to which users. 0:24 We need to take our existing data and segment it so 0:30 that each entry will belong to or be associated with a single user. 0:33 Going a step further, we need to make some updates to our web app in order to protect 0:37 our users' data, so that a user can access and modify only their own data. 0:42 The changes that we'll make in this section won't visually change the user 0:48 interface of our application at all. 0:52 But when we're done, we'll be able to sign in and 0:54 see a list of just of our own entries on the entries list page. 0:59 And in a new entries that we add, we'll also be associated with our user account. 1:03 In this section., we'll start with segmenting our entries data by user. 1:10 Then we'll update the database seed data so 1:14 that each entry is associated with a specific user. 1:16 After that, we'll update the entries repository and 1:20 "Entries" list page to work with our updated data model. 1:23 Then we'll make the changes that'll be necessary in order to protect our 1:27 user's data. 1:30 And we'll finish up this section by taking a look 1:31 at securing communication between the client and server using SSL. 1:34 And how to prevent a common security attack vector known as CSRF, or 1:38 cross site request forgery. 1:43 In the next step, let´s review our data model and 1:45 make the necessary changes to segment our data by user. 1:48
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