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Evert Pot's Blog:
Integrating with Zend's OpenID
August 19, 2008 @ 10:28:52

In a new blog post today Evert Pot shares some of his thoughts on integrating the Zend implementation of the OpenID protocol, Zend_OpenId, into his application.

The Zend Framework has a pretty good OpenID library. I was looking for a library written for PHP5 (strict), and this seemed like a good choice...

He mentions some of both sides of the argument - (the good) the flexibility of the library to work with different backend storage methods and (the bad) the requirements it has for the Zend Framework sessions system for authentication.

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