Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an XML-based framework for authentication and authorization between two entities: a Service Provider and an Identity Provider. The Service Provider agrees to trust the Identity Provider to authenticate users. In return, the Identity provider generates an authentication assertion, which indicates that a user has been authenticated.
Source: How SAML Authentication Works
As I’m preparing for a project that will involve Python programming, I need to get up to speed with at least a basic level of Python mastery. However, I’m not a big fan of using the interactive Python REPL, or whatever it is actually called:
Source: Running Python in Xcode: Step by Step — Erica Sadun
It wasn’t written in Swift and certainly wasn’t running in Swift. I decided to play around: I built a playground, assigning massive lists of emoji strings to emoji variables, and got these examples running properly using Swift syntax.
Source: Swift By Emoji: A considered approach — Erica Sadun
Image super-resolution through deep learning. This project uses deep learning to upscale 16×16 images by a 4x factor. The resulting 64×64 images display sharp features that are plausible based on the dataset that was used to train the neural net.
Source: srez/README.md at master · david-gpu/srez
Colorblinds is a easy to use library to simulate color blindness within your app. The feature can be easily activated with a 3-tap gesture. Once activated you can choose from four types of color blindness:
Source: jordidekock/Colorblinds: Colorblinds is an easy to use library so simulate color blindness in your app