Google Sign-In Improvements
1. Support for all Google account types
Google+ Sign-In now supports all Google account types, including Google Apps users, and users without a Google+ profile.
2. Easy migration from other auth methods
If you’re using OpenID v2 or OAuth 2.0 Login for authentication and want to upgrade to Google+ Sign-In, we’ve made it easy to do so; it’s entirely your choice. Google+ Sign-In can grow your audience in multiple ways — including over-the-air installs, interactive posts, and cross-device sign-on — and now it’s fully compatible with the OpenID Connect standard. For more details, see our sign-in migration guide.
3. Incremental auth
Incremental auth is a new way to ask users for the right permission scopes at the right time, versus all permissions at once.
Google+ Sign-In improvements - Google+ Developers Blog http://goo.gl/ExBR6j
A Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) facilitates the creation of flexible, re-usable assets for enabling end-to-end business solutions. Increasingly, companies are adopting the principles and techniques associated with SOA for different types of projects in different industries worldwide. The usage of the SOA Reference Architecture (SOA RA) is a key enabler for the achievement of the value propositions of an SOA.
This specification presents an SOA RA, which provides guidelines and options for making architectural, design, and implementation decisions in the implementation of solutions.
The goal of this SOA RA is to provide a blueprint for creating or evaluating architecture.
Additionally, it provides insights, patterns, and the building blocks for integrating fundamental elements of an SOA into a solution or enterprise architecture.
Google has broken their setting for not showing community feeds in one’s home stream. Annoyingly, all community posts that I have selected to not appear in my home stream are currently appearing in my home stream. #fail http://goo.gl/hoqIev
Gridster.js - a jQuery plugin to create an interactive Metro style grid dashboard http://goo.gl/pmYPib