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Rails authentication today: Options for 3.0 and 3.1:

Rails authentication today: Options for 3.0 and 3.1 September 21, 2011 Early on in Everyday Rails , I outlined three options for adding authentication to your Rails applications . It’s still a popular subject—and with two major releases of Rails and a number of new authentication options hitting the streets since I wrote my original list, it’s due for a refresh. Here’s a look at the current Rails authentication landscape. Outsourced authentication: OmniAuth If you don’t want to mess with usernames and passwords—or perhaps as importantly don’t want your users to have to mess with so many of them—OmniAuth is your best bet. OmniAuth lets you pick from any number of login providers, from Facebook to Twitter to GitHub to Google to LDAP to OpenID to any combination of the above. See the README for a full list of 60-plus providers . With some additional work, you can also incorpo...

Full article: http://everydayrails.com/2011/09/21/rails-authentication....

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