The new access control codes that Apple introduced to its Macs this month could allow microservices to control what websites and applications can access.
The new code allows applications to ask for permission to access websites and apps without any authentication.
Microservices can access the websites and APIs that a website or app is running.
Applications can ask for access to an API that they are running, as well as the entire operating system and apps, or just the website.
This allows the microservices application to bypass a traditional user interface, as it does not need to authenticate with a user.
Users can access a website that they use with the microservice, and only then do they need to grant permission to the website or the application.
It also allows microservices applications to make use of third-party libraries and frameworks.
According to Apple, microservices allows developers to create new websites, and make use the existing web APIs.
A microservice can then ask the server to access the micro service and execute the code, which will give it full control of the website and applications.
Apple says it uses the code to improve its user experience and the security of its Mac platforms.
With these new access controls, microservice applications can use their own custom access control rules to manage what content and services are allowed to access to their sites and applications, the company says.
They can also ask for the permission to be allowed to use third-parties to perform operations, such as updating and downloading a page.
For example, if the micro services wants to check out a page for a specific type of content, they could use a specific authorization key.
That could be a single line of code that runs on a website, such that it runs in the background, and the page is served from a particular URL, such the web server.
If the microService requests a page from another website, the server will then require the user to grant the application access to that page.
The microservice application could also ask the website to execute code on the server.
This would allow the microsite to request the content, and then use a certain number of resources on the micro site to perform the action.
As the application is running, it can be sure that the server and its users are able to perform a specific action, such if a user types a certain keyword into a search box.
Apple says this new code has been rolled out to its OS X systems since October, and has been used by developers to help secure websites and web applications, which have been critical to the success of microservices in recent years.
Read more about the micro-services API here: https://blogs.apple.com/apple-news/2017/10/11/access-control-codes-reveal-microservices-could-be-used-to-keep-your-online-life-secure/