Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is an important feature that can help you control access to resources in your web application. In particular, RBAC can manage access to pages within your application.
With RBAC, you can define roles based on your users' job functions or responsibilities. For example, you might have an "admin" role that allows users to access all pages in your application, a "manager" role that will enable users to access certain pages related to managing teams or projects, and a "viewer" role that only allows users to view certain pages.
Once you've defined your roles, you can associate them with permissions that control access to specific pages. For example, you might have a "view dashboard" permission that allows users with the "manager" role to access a dashboard page but not users with the "viewer" role.
Overall, RBAC provides a flexible and powerful way to manage access to pages and features within your web application. By carefully defining roles and permissions, you can ensure that your users only have access to the resources they need to do their jobs while also maintaining the security and integrity of your application.
Updated 6 months ago