Category: Python

Part One: The Flask Authentication Problem

Heads up… this article is old! For an updated version of this article, see Flask Tutorial: Simple User Registration and Login on the Okta developer blog. Over the past few years I’ve found myself spending an awful lot of time building Flask websites and API services. As someone who came to Flask from Django, I …

Our Python SDK : Out of Beta and Ready For Production!

Since the release of some much needed Python SDK improvements back in October of 2013, we’ve been hard at work rolling our V1, production-ready Python SDK release. I’m extremely happy to announce that as of today, our brand new Python SDK is finally live! You can check it out on PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/stormpath So what’s new …

Hello, Stormpath!

I’m Randall, and I’m extremely excited to announce that, as of today, I have joined Stormpath as a Developer Evangelist! For as long as I can remember, I’ve been writing code. Programming has been my life ever since I first got into software development while trying to write hacks for Wolfenstein 3D. There’s nothing more …

Bringing Cloud-Based User Management Closer to Python

This post originally appeared on GoodCode and is reposted here with permission. How do you manage user accounts and permissions in a complex web-based system? What if you have dozens of separate components, apps or sites, but need to have unified credentials for users across all of those components?

Py-mara-thon: Revamped Python SDK, Sample App, And More

We’ve talked up our support for Ruby and our involvement in its community a lot lately, but Pythonistas need take no offense; we’re just as amped to improve our Python support, too. That’s why we’re super excited to announce that we’ve shipped a new and improved Python SDK and sample apps today. The improved Python toolkit …

Stormpath Python SDK Lands at Pycon

Stormpath landed at PyCon last week with a shiny new Python SDK and five team members looking for Pythonista feedback. After our action-packed February, expectations for the conference were high—and the Python community did not disappoint! Thousands of attendees gathered in Santa Clara to learn and collaborate in an atmosphere that had our team excited …