- By default, Angular will look for a cookie called ‘XSRF-TOKEN’ and set an HTTP request header called ‘X-XSRF-TOKEN’ with the value of the cookie on each request.
- One of the latest implementations is automatic XRSF handling, which is a security feature know and love in Angular 1.
- Martin Probst is working on bringing security features to Angular 2.
- Another big feature that has been implemented recently is the ability to change the interpolation syntax used in Angular 2 components.
- In order to implement authorization mechanisms in Angular 2, @angular/http finally implements withCredentials , so credential cookies can be sent to the server.
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@5thingsAngular: “Issue #6 Custom Interpolation, Http feats, Animation docs, XSRF handling
1. Http features