Angular UI Account Module

Angular UI account module is available as of v4.3. It contains some pages (login, register, My account, etc.).

If you add the account module to your project;

  • "My account" link in the current user dropdown on the top bar will redirect the user to a page in the account module.
  • You can switch the authentication flow to the resource owner password flow.

Account Module Implementation

Install the @abp/ng.account NPM package by running the below command:

npm install @abp/ng.account

Make sure v4.3 or higher version is installed.

Open the app.module.ts and add AccountConfigModule.forRoot() to the imports array as shown below:

// app.module.ts

import { AccountConfigModule } from '@abp/ng.account/config';
//...

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    //...
    AccountConfigModule.forRoot()
  ],
  //...
})
export class AppModule {}

Open the app-routing.module.ts and add the account route to routes array as follows:

// app-routing.module.ts
const routes: Routes = [
  //...
  {
    path: 'account',
    loadChildren: () => import('@abp/ng.account').then(m => m.AccountModule.forLazy()),
  },
  //...
export class AppRoutingModule {}

Account Public Module Implementation for Commercial Templates

The pro startup template comes with @volo/abp.ng.account package. You should update the package version to v4.3 or higher version. The package can be updated by running the following command:

npm install @volo/abp.ng.account

Make sure v4.3 or higher version is installed.

Open the app.module.ts and add AccountPublicConfigModule.forRoot() to the imports array as shown below:

// app.module.ts

import { AccountPublicConfigModule } from '@volo/abp.ng.account/public/config';
//...

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    //...
    AccountPublicConfigModule.forRoot()
  ],
  //...
})
export class AppModule {}

Open the app-routing.module.ts and add the account route to routes array as follows:

// app-routing.module.ts
const routes: Routes = [
  //...
  {
    path: 'account',
    loadChildren: () => import('@volo/abp.ng.account/public').then(m => m.AccountPublicModule.forLazy()),
  },
  //...
export class AppRoutingModule {}

My Account Page

Before v4.3, the "My account" link in the current user dropdown on the top bar redirected the user to MVC's profile management page. As of v4.3, if you added the account module to your project, the same link will land on a page in the Angular UI account module instead.

Security Logs Page [COMMERCIAL]

Before v4.3, the "Security Logs" link in the current user dropdown on the top bar redirected the user to MVC's security logs page. As of v4.3, if you added the account module to your project, the same link will land on a page in the Angular UI account public module instead.

Resource Owner Password Flow

OAuth is preconfigured as authorization code flow in Angular application templates by default. If you added the account module to your project, you can switch the flow to resource owner password flow by changing the OAuth configuration in the environment.ts files as shown below:

import { Config } from '@abp/ng.core';

export const environment = {
  // other options removed for sake of brevity

  oAuthConfig: {
    issuer: 'https://localhost:44305', // IdentityServer url
    clientId: 'MyProjectName_App',
    dummyClientSecret: '1q2w3e*',
    scope: 'offline_access MyProjectName',
  },

  // other options removed for sake of brevity
} as Config.Environment;

See the Authorization in Angular UI document for more details.

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