We would like a github repository to include deployment configuration of a WordPress blog. We would like to run an instance of this deployment on a Google Container Engine / Kubernetes. In fact, we would like to run two instances, a pre-prod instance matching the master branch of the deployment configuration. We would like the operated deployment instances to automatically update when we commit to the configuration repository.
Making education in Norway a more interesting market for targeting digital services
Today, any developer or service provider may use the free of charge, 100% self service, developer dashboard to register OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect clients. The service provider may choose to enable various authentication backends, such as Feide, ID-porten, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Feide guest OpenIdP.
Ensure that you are running dptool version >= 1.8.
Register a client using Dataporten Dashboard, and add
http://127.0.0.1:12012/callback as a valid redirect_uri.
Configure your client with dptool with a specific configuration name, in this case
Today, we released a new API debugging, prototyping and test tool that is available at:
This tool is very useful for rapid development, and testing of API clients. In example, you may select a template OAuth Server implementation to start from, then attempt to return variations, invalid responses and similar to inspect how your client behaves.
The tool was made possible with Node.js, Websockets with Socket.io, Expressjs, requirejs, Grunt, Bower.io, nconf, select2, ace, bootstrap, momentjs, highlightjs.
Results from most of my current work will be primarily published on the blog.uwap.org blog.
Here is a short description of the UNINETT WebApp Park Architecture.
I’ve spent a few months working on a prototype of UNINETT WebApp Park. The UNINETT WebApp Park is a simple, scalable, efficient and secure ecosystem for rapid development of modern web applications for higher education. I’ve created a 20 minutes walk-through video of the prototype. This is just the beginning, and I’ve got a bunch of ideas of further work on the platform. If you take the time to watch it, I really appreciate it, thanks!
I really appreciate feedback. Thanks.
SimpleSAMLphp is now translated to Serbian. Thanks a lot to the Serbian team!
The translation is committed to trunk, and will be part of the upcoming 1.10 release.
I’ve done a rewrite of the old webbased SAML 2.0 debugger, which will help you to decode the various SAML bindings for easier debugging SAML messages.
I hope you like it.
This tool is part of the Federation Lab suite of test, validation and debugging tools for Identity protocols, such as SAML and OpenID Connect. Please contact me about any problems or bugs with the tool.
You may also be interested in the SAML-tracer Firefox Plugin.