Adobe Granite OAuth Authentication Handler


    OAuth is an authentication protocol that allows you to approve one application interacting with another on your behalf without giving away your password.

    Every day new websites launch offering services which tie together functionality from other sites, typically using some API.

    OAuth started in 2006 in Twitter labs when they start to think on delegate authentication on their API to build new integrated applications, without asking users to share their Twitter usernames and passwords with all those services. Continue Reading

  • Architecture Coding

    Search in AEM

    AEM content repository is based on Apache OAK, which implements the JCR standard. OAK allows to plug different indexers into the repository. An indexer is a mechanism to optimize the searches…