Allows for easy integration of rpxnow.com into your Rails app.
“RPX handles the UI, authentication, and import of user profile and registration data for your website. Get up and running in less than a day. It’s easy for you, and your users!” – rpxnow.com
This is not ready for general consumption (e.g. not finished & not functional in any but my setup)!
./script/plugin install git://github.com/Nielsomat/rpx_authentication.git or git submodule add git://github.com/Nielsomat/rpx_authentication.git vendor/plugins/rpx_authentication
ordimini% cat config/initializers/rpx_authentication.rb RpxAuthentication.api_key = “bbk3454j35b3k4j3b4567876869b6j7bjkbjk4ba” RpxAuthentication.user_model = Person
I say it again: currently it won't work in your application without some hacking!
Stick the following into a view (possibly adapting session_url() to your setup)
<iframe src=“YOUR-APP-NAME.rpxnow.com/openid/embed?token_url=<%= CGI::escape(session_url()) %>” scrolling=“no” frameBorder=“no” style=“width:400px;height:240px;”> </iframe>
The controller responding to the above session_url should
include RpxAuthentication::SessionsController which provides a create function out of the box
Your user model (e.g. class User < ActiveRecord::Base; end) should
include RpxAuthentication::UserModel which allows for easy creation of new users from profile data provided by RPXnow.com
integrate with clearence
Copyright © 2009 Niels Ganser, released under the MIT license. Even though this software is released “as is”, I accept full responsibility for any bone fractures that might directly result from using it. So in the case of such spontaneous fracturing, feel free contact my armada of lawyers to discuss your ridiculously high compensation claims.
Feature requests / bug reports / patches are welcomed on github or at niels at herimedia dot com!