SAML is an XML-based standard for web browser single sign-on (SSO). SAML enables end users to log into websites using authentication from a single Identity Provider (IdP) such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter, thereby eliminating site- and application-specific passwords.
SAML uses single-use, expiring, digital "tokens" to exchange authentication and authorization data between an identity provider and cloud application service provider that have an established trust relationship.
You can use the following toolkits to integrate SAML SSO capabilities into your application or website.
The IdaptiveSAMLSDK_CS toolkit provides an example that shows you how to integrate SAML with your ASP.NET/C# web application in Visual Studio.
The IdaptiveSAMLSDK_PyBottle toolkit provides an example that shows how to add SAML to your Python web application. This example uses Bottle, but the code will work with any framework.
The SAML SDK toolkit provides an example that shows you how to integrate SAML with your Java/J2EE apps.
The SimpleSAMLphp module enables you to integrate SAML with your PHP apps.
Updated 7 months ago