Learn Scrum in under 10 minutes. This video is an introduction to the Scrum software development methodology. By the end of this fast-paced video, you’ll practically be a scrum master. You’ll know about burn down charts, team roles, product backlogs, sprints, daily scrums and more. You’ll also be ready to start implementing Scrum in your own team.
OneAuth by default utilize
Laravel\Auth for user authentication, however if you need to use other authentication bundle such as Sentry, following snippet shows exactly all you need.
Anyone who has dealt with OAuth, OAuth2, XAuth and OpenID would agree that it’s a great approach but hard to code with. For example, if I choose to integrate my application with Twitter OAuth I probably can choose 1 out 5 libraries. What if I now need to integrate with Facebook? or Github? Would you want to have a library for each provider?
The problem has later solved in Rails, with OmniAuth and now ported over to PHP (FuelPHP) Land as NinjAuth Package. This is great! However since I already moved from FuelPHP to Laravel I figure Laravel need some OAuth love too and decide to port NinjAuth Package into OneAuth.
Do you remember Flickr’s tag line? It reads “almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.” It was an epic humble brag, a momentously tongue in cheek understatement.
Because until three years ago, of course Flickr was the best photo sharing service in the world. Nothing else could touch it. If you cared about digital photography, or wanted to share photos with friends, you were on Flickr.
Yet today, that tagline simply sounds like delusional posturing. The photo service that was once poised to take on the the world has now become an afterthought. Want to share photos on the Web? That’s what Facebook is for. Want to look at the pictures your friends are snapping on the go? Fire up Instagram.