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Protect Angular Code Against Theft and Reverse-Engineeringby@Fortuna
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Protect Angular Code Against Theft and Reverse-Engineering

by Pedro Fortuna9mFebruary 22nd, 2022
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This post focuses on [Jscrambler], a JavaScript protection product to which the author is affiliated (as CTO) This tutorial will explain how to integrate Jscramsbler seamlessly into the build process in just a few minutes. We will use an 'Angular 7.0' boilerplate app to create the basis for this tutorial. If you are protecting an app built using Angular 5 or earlier, please refer to our [documentation](https://://://www.jscramblers.com/code-integrity/frameworks-and-libraries/angular).

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