Tag Archives : developers


More Momentum: OpenID Connect Adoption 1

In my last blog, I noted, “it’s time to build out the final elements of OpenID Connect and move to mobile.” We’ll soon announce the official working group with the GSMA focused on a OpenID Connect mobile profile. Foundation members, partners and independent developers continue to integrate OpenID Connect in robust and interoperable identity services [...]


Growing list of OpenID Connect libraries available 1

The list of publicly available OpenID Connect libraries is growing, with implementations available for numerous development platforms and environments, including Drupal, Java, PHP, Python, and Ruby. See the Libraries page for a list of OpenID Connect libraries, as well as libraries implementing the related JSON Web Token (JWT) and JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) [...]


Announcing the OpenID Backplane Protocol Work Group 7

For website owners, enabling web applications to talk to one another within the same web page can be frustrating and can take countless hours of development. How should apps communicate with each other in a meaningful way? The OpenID Foundation’s new Backplane Protocol Work Group is focused on this exact problem — helping website owners, [...]


REMINDER – OpenID “Connect Tech” Summit – September 12-13, 2011 11

The OpenID Foundation is launching its third OpenID Summits for 2011. This event is co-sponsored by Microsoft and will be held at the Microsoft Research Campus in Mountain View.  The OpenID Foundation’s 2011 series of OpenID Summits focuses on use cases and topics of interest to key developers, executives and analysts in the online identity [...]

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