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Some more Infomap examples

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Earlier this year I posted about a feature introduced in ISAM 9.0.2 called the Infomap authentication mechanism:

An Introduction to the InfoMap Authentication Mechanism in ISAM 9.0.2

This post is a quick plug for another article on the same topic – this time using Infomap to achieve social login for Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram on the ISAM appliance, with no need for any external-to-the-appliance code. This could be extended to any OAuth 2.0 based client authentication pattern.

Take a look at the article, including all the technical artifacts, here:

Integrate an application with Facebook Login for Apps

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