A new Angular 2 plugin has been announced, which uses an HTML5 canvas element to create a captcha for users to enter to login to Steam.
This is not the first time AngularJS developers have come up with new captcha features for web apps, as the team behind Auth0 recently introduced a new captcha feature for AngularJS applications using Auth0 API.
Auth0’s captcha feature has been in beta for a while, and it’s now available for developers to try out.
The new captcha will have an HTML 5 tag with an “ascii” character at the top and a small number of numbers at the bottom.
At the bottom of the tag will be a number, and when you click the number it will change into a picture or a text.
If you click on the captcha, it will take you to a new page where you can type in a name, email address, and a captcha code.
Once you have entered the captcha code, you will see a message telling you that it’s been successfully completed.
You can then enter the code into the web form and check the captcha is correctly submitted.
The captcha will appear as a text box when you first open it, but it’s a little tricky to click through.
To enter a valid code, just click on it with your mouse, and then click on a small arrow on the bottom right corner of the page.
To use the captcha in Angular 2 applications, you need to enable the captcha and add it to your web.config.js file.
In this example, I have set the captcha to “asceli” and a value of 0.7.
I can also add the captcha with the following code:If you’re using AngularJS 1.x, you’ll also need to configure your login API to use the same “ascsapi” function.
You can find the code for that in the Angular 2 docs.
For now, you can download the new captcha from the Auth0 Github repo.