With the recent releases of its WordPress Plugin,
Native SDK for PHP, and
OAuth SDK for PHP, LaunchKey is now fully PHP7 ready.
LaunchKey wanted to ensure that PHP developers whom rely on LaunchKey immediately implement PHP 7. PHP 7 was built with
performance in mind. PHP 7 performance has been shown to rival the performance of
HHVM which is also fully supported by all LaunchKey PHP libraries. For a list of all versions
of PHP supported by the LaunchKey PHP libraries, please visit the Teavis CI page for that library:
The LaunchKey Client SDK for Java is one of LaunchKey’s original SDK clients. We are happy to announce that it recently received a full rewrite. The new LaunchKey SDK for Java was built from the ground up to provide as much flexibility as possible for high transaction implementations. At the the same time, simple factories were added that provide developers with the ability to quickly secure their Java based applications without having to get into the internal workings of the client.
This new major version of the LaunchKey SDK for Java will also be our first Long Term Support (LTS) 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.
The LaunchKey SDK for Java 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 Java, please visit the documentation page.
LaunchKey has just released it's first asynchronous Python SDK for the Twisted event-driven networking engine. This SDK is written to leverage the distinct capabilities of asynchronous I/O with Twisted in Python applications. The new SDK will allow Python developers of high volume network applications as well as IoT applications on emerging platforms to secure their applications with LaunchKey’s multi-factor authorization and authentication platform.
The Python SDK for Twisted is an Open Source Software (OSS) project with an MIT license and is a Long Term Support (LTS) release as a major version.
For more information regarding the LaunchKey Python SDK for Twisted, please visit the package page on PyPI.
With version 1.1.0, LaunchKey has added native WordPress support to its Client SDK for PHP. This update to the Client SDK for PHP will enable Plugin developers to leverage LaunchKey’s multi-factor authorization and authentication platform within their own plugins with the knowledge that the plugin will work on any installation supported by WordPress' own WP_Http HTTP client. As with the previous versions of the LaunchKey Client SDK for PHP, this new version provides both ease of use and extensibility to support the needs of novice to expert PHP developers building WordPress plugins.
LaunchKey is excited to launch its first Client SDK for Node.js. For the first time, Node.js developers will be able to secure any Node.js application be it web, desktop, or IoT with LaunchKey's multi-factor authorization and authentication platform. The LaunchKey Client SDK for Node.js is built for ease of use and can be implemented with little to no knowledge of the underlying technologies. The SDK is also written from the ground up to be asynchronous and event driven with minimal external dependencies. Developers can be rest assured that the LaunchKey Client SDK for Node.js can easily be added to any application. Developers can also be assured support for security patches and bug fixes as the new Client SDK major version is a Long Term Support (LTS) version.
For more information on the LaunchKey Client SDK for Node.js, visit the package page on NPM.