Access Control is the process of allowing (or disallowing) user access to specific resources or actions in a software system. For example, only allowing certain users access to internal admin pages on a website or only allowing paying users access to a premium feature. There are many approaches to implementing Access Control, but Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is one of the most popular and widely used. In this guide, we'll cover a standard way to implement RBAC and discuss some best practices for implementing Access Control in APIs and web applications.
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