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Best of IBM Cloud: Self-Posting Facebook App, Single Sign On, and Object Storage

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This weekly post showcases some of the best new IBM Cloud tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks.

  • Build a self-posting Facebook application with Cloud and the MEAN stack
    Having a server post to Facebook when you’re not available to do so yourself is often desirable, but doing so is not exactly a trivial matter. This three-part tutorial series will show you how to configure your server to stand in for you, using IBM Cloud as the cloud provider. To learn more about the MEAN stack, check out “MEAN stack explained: A guide for getting started fast.”
  • Use social media credentials for your apps using Cloud Single Sign On
    Do you develop web applications and need to secure them in a state-of-the-art way? Are you fed up with creating your own user management and login pages? Do you also have the feeling that there might be a potential security issue in your implementation? In this tutorial, you will learn how to secure your web applications using the IBM Single Sign On service within IBM Cloud.
  • Deploy a golang photo archive in the cloud
    Object Storage v2 provides a highly available, robust, reliable, and scalable storage fabric that can be backed by a private cloud or the IBM public cloud. This tutorial will show you how to use Object Storage v2 with a Go programming language application hosted on Bluemix.

Check out the IBM Cloud page on developerWorks for more great how-to and introductory content on Cloud, including quick-starts, a list of tutorials available for each Cloud service, and more.

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