The FusionAuth Ruby Sample Code serves as a gem to demonstrate how to connect Ruby applications to the FusionAuth API. Usage presents how to create a registration and a user and how to authenticate a user.
We’ve all heard it before. Be careful what you do on social networks because your employer, teacher, business partner or spiritual guru might find out about it. Well now they won’t just find out about it, they’ll ask you to please allow Reppify to access your social network information so that you can be evaluated. Reppify will create a report on you, based on your social network activity, and sum it all up in a numerical ranking. The Reppify API will allow this technology to be integrated into other social network monitoring services like RainMaker.
The latest beta release of Chrome includes support for W3C's Credential Management API. The API allows developers to store and sync sign-in information with a browser's credential manager. Chrome support and integration should cut down on the number of sign-ins required by a user while browsing.
Today at Google I/O, the company highlighted key updates to the API that will allow developers to fine tune the way that end users interact with authentication prompts, as well as providing new tools for recognizing device compatibility.