DreamFactory and OpenID

DreamFactory OpenID
DreamFactory OpenID
One of DreamFactory’s most popular features is the wide-ranging authentication support. DreamFactory supports authorization methods to meet everyone’s needs from the single developer start-up to the thousand employee enterprise company. DreamFactory has connectors for Active Directory, LDAP, OAuth through well-known identity providers such as OpenID Connect, and SAML 2.0. Leveraging DreamFactory’s OpenID Connect has never been easier. OpenID affords users the convenience of using an existing account for signing into different websites. You can forget about managing 20 different passwords from now on!

Since version 2.7 DreamFactory has supported OpenID allowing you to use OpenID based authentication in conjunction with your APIs. With the easy to use interface of DreamFactory, you can have your authorization flow done in no time. DreamFactory and OpenID does the heavy lifting giving you a session token at which point your application can persist it and include it with subsequent requests.

It’s time to leave the days of pain and suffering of integrating complicated authorization in the past for the future of development with DreamFactory. If you would like to learn more about how easy it is and see it in action, check out our guide chapter dedicated to all things authorization. What are you waiting for? Spin up for a free trial today!

Changing An API Key For One of Your Apps In DreamFactory

So what happens if you make a mistake and expose your admin app api_key or just need to change api_key associated with one of your apps?  We have an easy workaround that doesn’t require you to have to change any of your endpoints or having to recreate an app, etc.  This article shows you how to access all of your app API keys via MySQL or, if you haven’t fully started exploring DreamFactory yet, the default SQLite database.

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Demo Screencast – Connect an AngularJS App to the DreamFactory backend

 
BenBusseIn this short screencast we’ll show you how to connect a simple To Do app written in Angular JS to the DreamFactory backend using our REST API with cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) enabled. CORs enables you to develop and test apps in your own local environment that points directly to the DreamFactory backend. Also check out our tutorials for this app written in AngularJS, jQuery and Sencha. Thanks for watching!