OpenID Connect – Как да си върнем личната идентичност в мрежата

Листовете от презентацията ми на PlovdivConf 2013, където разказах за проблемите на удостоверяването в интернет в настоящето и как новият OpenID Connect протокол дава път за тяхното разрешаване в бъдеще, посредством функциите Discovery/WebFinger и Self-Issued. OpenID-Connect-Identity-Slides [OpenOffice presentation] OpenID-Connect-Identity-Slides [PDF]

Encrypt and you shall be protected, says Snowden

From Edward Snowden’s Q&A session at the Guardian: Q: Is encrypting my email any good at defeating the NSA survelielance? Id my data protected by standard encryption? Snowden: Encryption works. Properly implemented strong crypto systems are one of the few things that you can rely on. Unfortunately, endpoint security is so terrifically weak that NSA […]

CORS Filter 1.7 with more configuration options

The Java servet filter for enabling CORS (cross-domain) web applications received a major upgrade today. Up until now in order to change the out-of-the-box CORS configuration you had to add filter init-params in the web.xml descriptor of your application. A number of developers asked for alternative configuration means, such as specifying a properties file for […]

Лаб Пловдив – учредителен протокол

*** Протокол на учредителната среща на Лаб Пловдив *** 16 май 2013, Арт Кафе Пловдив записал Владимир Джувинов Срещата започна в 18:30ч с лично представяне на всеки от участниците. След това бяха записани предложения на участници за лаба за неговите условия, организиране и дейности: * Възможност за сигурно паркиране на велосипеди * Лесно паркиране в […]

All JSON-RPC 2.0 libraries are now in Maven Central

The migration from Ant to Maven is now complete and all Java libraries for handling JSON-RPC 2.0 messages are now published in Maven Central. You can find them under the com.thetransactioncompany.com groupId: JSON-RPC 2.0 Base JSON-RPC 2.0 Server JSON-RPC 2.0 Client JSON-RPC 2.0 Access Filter The useful JSON-RPC 2.0 Shell tool, available for purchase, has […]

JSON-RPC 2.0 libraries and tools switch to Maven

The Java libraries and tools for JSON-RPC 2.0 message serving and processing now use Apache Maven to build. Migrating the previous Apache Ant scripts took about a day a to complete and was not without hassles, notable the ZIP package distribution and the automatic versioning of JavaDocs. We’ll now be able to gain from Maven’s […]

The JSON-RPC 2.0 Client can now handle GZIP and DEFLATE compression

Does your JSON-RPC server return large amounts of data? If so applying HTTP response compression can greatly reduce network traffic and response time, occasionally by a whole magnitude if your JSON structures contain long repeating keys or values. Today we released a new version of the JSON-RPC 2.0 Client library for Java that adds support […]