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Building a Modern Networking Layer in Swift

Working with Protected Resources

In this and the next episodes, we add the ability for the user to watch an episode. For that to work, the application needs to fetch the video for the episode from the mock API. Fetching a video is similar to fetching the list of episodes. The difference is that the user needs to be signed in to fetch a video because a video is a protected resource. The request to the /videos/:id endpoint needs to include an Authorization header. The value of the Authorization header is the access token the application receives after successfully signing in.

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