Google brings OpenID and OAuth in new Hybrid Protocol

Google announced some enhancements to recently launched OpenID endpoint. The new feature makes it even easier for developers wishing to implement OpenID with the OAuth, can now utilize a “Hybrid Protocol” that combines the OpenID federated login together with OAuth access authorization. Websites can now ask Google to sign-in a user using their Google Account, and at the same […]

Google announced some enhancements to recently launched OpenID endpoint. The new feature makes it even easier for developers wishing to implement OpenID with the OAuth, can now utilize a “Hybrid Protocol” that combines the OpenID federated login together with OAuth access authorization. Websites can now ask Google to sign-in a user using their Google Account, and at the same time request access to information available via OAuth-enabled APIs such as the Google Data APIs.

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