BrowserID is an initiative to provide the web with a better way to sign in. The web is a connected collection of resources and you should not have to have a user name and password for each of them when you could use the web instead.
Today we show you a screencast of how easy BrowserID makes it to login to a web site. For this, we’ll look at how the login flow for an existing BrowserID user works the first time they log in on a new website. Our example website is OpenPhoto, a hot new photo sharing app that keeps users in control of their data.
Screencast of logging into OpenPhoto with BrowserID
BrowserID needs your help to grow and become a weapon of choice in the fight against insecure and annoying login systems. The great thing is that now is the time where you can be part of this.
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