This guide provides a developer overview of the OpenID Connect protocol and includes instructions that application developers can use to implement OpenID Connect authentication for their applications with PingFederate.
The SCIM protocol was created to simplify user management in the cloud. This in-depth guide for the SCIM 1.1 protocol includes information about the SCIM components, schema and operations and is targeted at a developer audience.
As a developer, if you're implementing OAuth 2.0, what considerations and sample code do you need for each use case? This guide goes into depth on both application and API developer issues when modifying your apps and APIs to support OAuth 2.0.
JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) and the JOSE collection of standards (JWS, JWE, JWA and JWK) provide a simple and compact model for representing claims in a token and the signing and encryption of these tokens.
This guide provides a developer overview of how to enable a native mobile application for both federated authentication and single sign-on. This describes the advancements in iOS9 and Google Chrome that make Mobile SSO easy.
The PingFederate Agentless Integration Kit enables an enterprise to integrate both applications and custom authentication actions into the PingFederate product. Enabling legacy applications for Federated SSO in any language.
OGNL, Groovy, and Velocity are three script frameworks Ping products use to enhance the core capabilities of the products:
Learn the ins and outs of OGNL through John DaSilva's blog series that focuses on the technology
PingAccess documentation section explaining how to customize user-facing templates
PingFederate documentation details where you can leverage OGNL within the product
PingAccess documentation section explaining how to use Groovy in your authorization policies