avatar-jeffhaw.jpeg Jefferson Haw

One Identity Across Salesforce.com and Mulesoft

Today, I’m going to show you how to plug Okta into a Force.com application (along with Mulesoft’s API gateway) using the OpenID Connect protocol (aka ‘OIDC’). By the end of this tutorial, your Force.com application will have user authentication backed by Okta and will be able to securely call your backend APIs through Mulesoft’s API gateway. Sound good? Let’s get to it! What’s Force.com? Force.com is Salesforce’s Platform-as-a-Service (aka ‘PaaS’) which allows you to develop...

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Secure an Episerver CMS website with Okta and C#

Most developers know that building an e-Commerce website can be a major pain. You have to contend with making the front end look great even when the content is dynamic and frequently updated. From seasonal themes like Black Friday and Christmas to customization based on the user’s behavior, it can be a major project to keep up. Luckily, there are platforms that allow developers to build in a templated fashion with content that can be...

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Linking Your Alexa Skill Securely with Okta

We are moving toward a ‘SMART’ world where everything is interconnected and almost all things or devices are interactive. From a gesture-driven by an actual human being to automated interactions from another device or application, a lot of developers and even non-computer savvy users are trying to explore this space. In this post, I will use Amazon’s Alexa which is Amazon’s voice-enabled and command Virtual Assistant as an example. I’ll show how you can make...

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