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Entry Comments posted by Boris_

  1. On 7/4/2020 at 5:56 AM, Joey_M said:

    So, would your plugin allow people on 4.4 to add the option to sign in with Apple?

    No, sorry I should have been clearer - they're two different things:

    • Sign in With Apple - where you sign in with your Apple ID and password (like you might sign in with Facebook or Twitter) is what this blog entry is talking about.
    • The ability to use Touch ID / Face ID for two-factor authentication is something Apple have recently announced for iOS 14. Since it is based on WebAuthn, it's probable that my plugin either will automatically support it or will be able to be updated to do so. I will test once the public beta is out and get it ready before iOS 14 is released.
  2. On 6/25/2020 at 9:33 PM, LoPoSt said:

    Is it possible to implement this on IPS?

    A neat new feature available for developers to build into websites with the Safari 14 beta is the ability to bypass username and password fields with Face ID or Touch ID offering a much more seamless experience to users.

    Apple details the new functionality and how to get it set up for your website in the WWDC talk “Meet Face ID and Touch ID for the web” with a new Web Authentication API.

    The 15-minute WWDC video walks through how the new API works and how to implement, including some best practices.

    I haven't had a chance to upgrade a device to iOS 14 to test with yet, but I did watch the WWDC session on it and under-the-hood it is using WebAuthn so it is probable that my WebAuthn plugin will work for this, or I will be able to update it to do so.


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