For example, I used one of my test email accounts and was able to identify that I can set up the following services on my Black Berry 10 smartphone: After validating your server details, the next step is setting up the account on your smartphone using server details identified by EAVT.Tip: To learn more about protocols and ports supported by EAVT, please review KB33444 in the Black Berry Knowledge Base If attempts to add an account automatically to a Black Berry 10 smartphone fail, use the EAVT tool to validate and identify your server details followed by adding the account to your smartphone using the Advanced Setup option.Full discussion can be found on Git Hub, but, in short, this error is related to SCrypt, a gem that implements secure password hashing algorithm.
So just have the (large) random number (as random as you can get).
However, what you should do is put an expiration field for validation.
It connects to the controller through a before filter that is automatically set in your controller which lets Authlogic know about the current controller object.
Then Authlogic leverages that to do everything, it's a pretty simple design.
Today, I’d like introduce you to Auth Logic, a simple authentication solution for Ruby built by Ben Johnson. It does not rely on generated code (like Devise, for example) – instead it provides only the tools that you can use to code your app the way you like. Let’s build a Rails app to allow users to register, sign in,and out, as well as reset their password.
While doing this, we will discuss Auth Logic’s various features and settings. The demo app that I am going to show you is built with Rails 4.1, but Auth Logic supports Rails 3, and even Rails 2 (there is a separate branch for it).Clicking on the various tabs (Active Sync, IMAP, POP3, SMTP etc.) will reveal the discovery results and an option to validate the information (Active Sync accounts are validated automatically).Using this information, you can set up a new account on your smartphone.You may specify how passwords are cryptographically hashed (or encrypted) by setting the Authlogic:: Crypto Provider option: Authlogic is very flexible, it has a strong public API and a plethora of hooks to allow you to modify behavior and extend it. This README is just an introduction, but we also have reference documentation.To use the reference documentation, you must understand how Authlogic's code is organized.So far I am thinking of doing it the following way: I'd say there is no point in putting the email address in the link.