Developing a Plugin Part 2

In Part 1, we covered the basics of developing a plugin. In this recording, some more advanced topics are covered, such as implementing a request handler and using templates.

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Developing a Plugin Part 1
Backend for Frontend: OpenID Connect for Single-page Apps
Integrating the Curity Identity Server with PagerDuty
Using Curity, OPA and Kong for end-to-end API authentication and authorization
App2App Logins using the Curity Identity Server
Implementing Claims Best Practices
OAuth Device Flow
Account Linking with Facebook
Integrating the Curity Identity Server with AWS API Gateway
Debug Authentication Action
Introduction to the RESTCONF Admin API
Working with configuration in the Curity CLI
Parameterized configuration
Integrating Curity Identity Server with Apigee Edge
Using Custom Token Issuers in the Curity Identity Server
Duo Login and Registration
Salesforce Claims Provider
Installing the Curity Identity Server
Using Additional Factors in the Curity Identity Server
Custom Claim Data Source
Claims Mapper
Introduction to the Command Line Interface (CLI)
Overview of Authentication
Dynamic Client Registration
2-Factor and Step-up Authenticaiton
REST API Overview with Integration of CLI & UI