Exploring the WebAuthn API; a bare-bones JS app

I had no idea the WebAuthn API even existed until I came across this article by @herrjemand. In that article, the author used WebAuthn to automatically generate and save passwords in the Chrome credential manager. What more can this browser API do? How would you use it? What is WebAuthn - and why the buzz? We know passwords are a necessary evil. Credential managers are a hassle to setup and use, passwords are re-used across sites and applications - and we often choose weak or easily-guessed passwords. WebAuthn is oft touted as a "password killer". We've seen … Continue reading Exploring the WebAuthn API; a bare-bones JS app

Inspired by Gatsby.js : Rolling your own GraphQL powered WordPress API

Gatsby.js has been making the rounds in the Twitterverse and it's easy to see why. By cleverly combining various opensource projects they've made it easy to build web applications which are "static" in that the code can be hosted on any CDN, and it's the client (web-browser or mobile app) which does the work of … Continue reading Inspired by Gatsby.js : Rolling your own GraphQL powered WordPress API