Headless Decisions : Exploring Headless Architecture in Leather Business Management
Abstract: In this day and age, most people have a multitude of ways to access the internet and many businesses have multiple online applications to serve their consumers. It was due to these circumstances that the idea of enabling one backend to serve multiple frontends arose, which is the object of building an application with a headless architecture. This project revolves around the development of such a system and securing its deployment for use by a company that sells leather goods. This is accomplished by researching common issues and attack vectors in web applications and applying contemporary best practices throughout development. It is shown that the implemented system works according to a set of functionality requirements relating to the documentation of leather storage and a production flow, and that it is secure in regards to some common security infringement methods.
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