OAuth for Spring Security was released this week, and I thought
I'd take a stab at why you might be interested.
What is OAuth?
I like to explain OAuth by describing the problem it is trying to solve. So here goes.
Let's say you're a sizeable social networking site and you'd like to offer a feature to your users to allow them
to search their webmail contacts for import into their social...
Enunciate 1.7 has been released!
The primary feature of Enunciate 1.7 is support for securing your Web service endpoints using Spring Security. There is additional support for OAuth, with OpenID and WS-Security planned for 1.8.
In addition, Enunciate 1.7 introduces the concept of custom REST content types, which you can use to support custom serialization formats for REST responses (beyond the...