OAuth 2.0 is now the default mechanism for authorizing access to Web services APIs, supported by providers across the Internet. In this workshop, aimed at developers and architects, we will look at the OAuth 2.0 protocol, build a portal on Force.com that acquires customers via Facebook, logs them in via OAuth 2.0, and use the Facebook Graph API to create a social application, combining business data in Force.com with users' social graphs in Facebook. Bring a laptop with a web browser and a text editor - no development environment needed - we'll be coding in the cloud, baby!
Presented at Cloud Identity Summit 2012.
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