We are a bit late on posting about the new release of WordPress OAuth Server but version 3.0.4 addresses some minor bug issues as well as adds some new features. New Features Add the ability to manage the lifetime of access tokens in the plugin settings. Added a simple firewall that allows a user to limit […]
Hallo! Earlier this week, WordPress OAuth Server 3.0.3 was released in the WordPress Plugin Repository. The changes/enhancements that have been made are as follows: Added Simple API Firewall capabilities to help secure the API New method and layout for Adding and modifying clients in the backend There is no known compatibility issues with upgrading from […]
Hello All, Today version 3.0.2 was released for WordPress OAuth Server. Both the Official WordPress repo and GitHub have been updated to the latest version. To update using WordPress please go to “Dashboard->Updates” and select “WordPress OAuth Server”, then click update. Updates include the following: Re added the authentication code option to the advanced admin panel. […]
Hey All, Today, version 3.0.1 was released. It contains some minor but very important updates. These updates include: Adding “Server Status” tab to the Server Options. This will server has a simple check to make sure you are informed of known issues. Re arranged the “Advanced Configuration” options for a cleaner look. Updated documentation links and added […]
Hey All, I have been a bit behind the curve lately and have not been able to work on the plugin as much as I would have liked. Today, WordPress OAuth Server 3.0 has been merged into the master and is now ready to be downloaded.
Ido Ran has released a Node.js strategy for Passport that uses WordPress OAuth Server for authentication. You can find the package by visiting https://www.npmjs.com/package/passport-oauth2-complete-for-wordpress.
Its about time! I finally sat down and started the new website. For the time being the website is pushed but is incomplete. Documentation will continue to be added as time goes on. If you do not find what you are looking for, please post over at GitHub or WordPress.org.
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