LaunchKey Releases Brand New SDK for PHP

Apr 3, 2015 By Adam

The LaunchKey Client SDK for PHP is all new due to a recent full rewrite. The new LaunchKey SDK for PHP was built from the ground up to provide as much flexibility as possible for high transaction implementations. Extensibility can be accomplished via injecting of decorators or through the new event subscriber architecture. At the the same time, simple factories were added that provide developers with the ability to quickly secure their PHP based applications without having to get into the internal workings of the client.

This major version of the LaunchKey SDK for PHP will also be our first Long Term Support (LTS) major version of the SDK. Long Term Support ensures that developers implementing this version of the SDK will be able to receive security patches and bug fixes long into the future. As with the previous versions of the LaunchKey Client SDK for PHP, PHP versions are supported back to PHP 5.3 and will be supported up to PHP 7 and beyond.

The LaunchKey SDK for PHP provides a simple interface for interacting with LaunchKey’s multi-factor authorization and authentication platform. The SDK provides both ease of use and extensibility to support the needs of novice to expert Java developers looking to secure their applications with a multi-factor passwordless solution.

For more information regarding the LaunchKey Client SDK for PHP, please visit the GitHub repository.

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