Posts by Micah Silverman

Single Sign-on for Java in 20 Minutes with Spring Boot and Heroku

Massive Update The code I originally wrote for this post is more suited to non-Spring Boot environments. Stormpath’s existing Spring Boot integration for its IDSite service makes writing code for it a snap. It takes advantage of all the auto configuration that Spring Boot has to offer. If your new to this post, read on. …

The Problem with Securing Single Page Applications

Update 5/12/2016: Building token authentication in your single page application? JJWT is a Java library providing end-to-end JWT creation and verification, developed by our very own Les Hazlewood. Forever free and open-source (Apache License, Version 2.0), JJWT is simple to use and understand. We’d love to have you try it out, and let us know what …

Token Authentication for Java Applications

Heads up… this article is old! For an updated version of this article, see Simple Token Authentication for Java Apps on the Okta developer blog. Update 5/12/2016: Building a Java application? JJWT is a Java library providing end-to-end JWT creation and verification, developed by our very own Les Hazlewood. Forever free and open-source (Apache License, Version …

Hello, Stormpath!

I’m Micah and this week I joined Stormpath as a Developer Evangelist, supporting Java and the JVM. In this new role, I get to do some of my most favorite activities as my job: coding, pairing with other developers and writing. I am part of a growing team of software engineers who not only write …