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Mean.js is a new popular Javascript full stack using MongoDB for persistence. To be more precise it incorporates MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js and allows for very fast and light-weight application development. The use of scaffolder Yeoman boosts creation of modules, routes, controller, views and other boilerplate Javascript code. As a result, a Single Page Application can be generated very fast. In addition a a user module with Passport authorization supporting a local and several social backend strategies is included.

In order to leverage the the backend authorization capabilities to be used ineth enterprise environment, I combined it with LDAP authorization backend. Since  passport-ldapauth implements this problem it was natural to use this component. In the following post,  I provide the configuration needed for the implementation, inspired by the author of the module.

The article is hosted on my TechJava blog: http://www.techjava.de/topics/2015/10/using-ldap-auth-from-mean-js-application/