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5 Reasons To Try Xamarin Today

If you’re a .NET developer who’s ready to dive into mobile world, Xamarin is the tool for you! Xamarin is an open source framework that allows developers to create mobile applications for Android, iOS and Windows Phone written in a single language: C#. This is great because you don’t have to spend time learning native …

Has ASP.NET Core Killed Web Forms?

ASP.NET Web Forms was first released in 2002 as a successor to Classic ASP. It was a revolutionary technology that made the development of web pages “Event Driven in Code-Behind”. This was a great simplification in comparison to other technologies of that time and even today. This technology is still in use and its current …

5 WordPress Hacks We Used to Build Authentication

Stormpath just announced the release of our Stormpath WordPress plugin, which allows you to use Stormpath inside of your WordPress website. While writing this plugin, we had to “hack” the native WordPress authentication system to get our SDK working seamlessly. I’m excited to share some of the hacks we were able to leverage! We had …

Tutorial: Get Started with AngularJS, Spring Boot, and Stormpath

Last year, Micah Silverman wrote about integrating Spring Boot, Spring Security, and Stormpath. Today, I’m going to take you on a similar journey, except this time you’ll be using AngularJS and Stormpath’s AngularJS SDK for the UI. Along the way, you’ll learn how to create REST endpoints with Spring Data REST, configure Spring Boot to …

User Authentication in Java 8

Java 8 added many new features that both modernize and simplify the language. Today, I’ll walk you through how some of these new features impact authentication, authorization, and user management. We’ll explore a few of the most important new features, including: Lambdas, method references, and Streams. But first, some background on Stormpath and the code …

WordPress Authentication With Stormpath

Do you have a website that’s built on WordPress? Do you also have an application that you have built outside of WordPress? Would it be awesome if your users could use the same account information for both? Now, they totally can! The official Stormpath WordPress plugin has been released! Currently, the Stormpath WordPress plugin is …

Build Your Freemium Site with Stripe and Stormpath in ASP.NET Core

Creating a “freemium” or paid access website is easier than ever with Stripe and Stormpath to manage the workflow of your paid membership content. As the owner of a subscription site, you need to concentrate creating content rather than all the plumbing that goes along with getting paid for that content. In this tutorial, we …

Will We See You At Zendcon 2016?

Zendcon is a yearly conference organized by the team over at Zend, the maintainers of PHP. Each year, many PHP developers gather in Las Vegas to geek out and talk PHP. This year, I will be attending for the first time, and I couldn’t be more excited! Stormpath will also be there to sponsor the …

Ksubaka Chooses Stormpath for Identity Management in Java

The team at Ksubaka implemented Stormpath earlier this year. We’re excited to share this post on their experiences from Ksubaka DevOps Lead Phil Hendren. Here at Ksubaka we’ve been using Stormpath for identity management in Java since the beginning of 2016, but what is Ksubaka? Ksubaka is media network that links brands to consumers in …

Build a Spring Boot API with Hazelcast for Cached User Authentication

By caching API responses and removing the need for a round trip over the wire to a remote API service, you save on future API calls (potentially saving you money) and create a far more responsive API. For these reasons, all of Stormpath’s primary SDKs have a caching layer built in, standard. In this post, …