Episodes tagged with “authentication”
Instead of presenting a sign up form to the user, consider creating a temporary guest record so the user can try out the application without filling in their information up front. They can then become a permanent member afterwards
Authentication With Sorcery Other translations:
Sorcery is a full-featured, modular solution to authentication which leaves the controller and view layers up to you.
Remember Me & Reset Password Other translations:
It is easy to create authentication from scratch, but how do we extend it with more features? Here we add a "remember me" check box and a "forgotten password" link.
Authentication in Rails 3.1 Other translations:
Here we show three new features in Rails 3.1 that will help with authentication: easier HTTP Basic, SecurePassword in the database, and forcing SSL.
Authentication from Scratch Other translations:
Password authentication is not too complicated to make from scratch, it will also help to get a better understanding of how it works.
Simple OmniAuth Other translations:
OmniAuth makes it easy to add authentication if you don't need username/password or multiple authentications per user.
Engage With Devise Other translations:
Janrain Engage (aka RPX) makes it easy to support many authentication solutions through one service.
Customizing Devise Other translations:
In this episode we continue looking at devise with a focus on customizing its views, routing and validations.
Introducing Devise Other translations:
Devise is a full-featured authentication solution which handles all of the controller logic and form views for you. Learn how to set it up in this episode.
This episode extends the appication built in episode 160 and shows how to add OpenID support to a Ralis application that uses Authlogic.
Authlogic Other translations:
Authentication can become very complex. This episode shows how to use Authlogic to handle this complexity while keeping control over what is presented to the user.