Important Ecosystem Guidelines
These guidelines must be followed by all clients in order for us to work towards a streamlined and efficient login experience to all users. These guidelines will also help us reach a higher share of logged in users throughout the ecosystem of products and services that has implemented SPiD. Everybody wins!
- Ability to perform cross-site autologin on returning visitors
- Answers if user need to accept your TOS or not
- Helps clients automatically retrieve tokens for API access for logged in users
- Tells client when a user is logged out centrally and/or if the logged in user has changed in SPiD
- The SDK will be actively maintained by SPiD together with the community
- You may contribute to it on Github
Check that your implementation follows the login flow
- This flow documents every state a user visiting your site might have
- It will improve the stability of your implementation and the user experience of your users
Make sure that when user logs out, you trigger a logout from SPiD
- Respect the user’s choice when they choose to log out
- Consistency in the expected behaviour of a logout button/link
- To avoid confusing people and to protect personal security, we enforce this logout behavior
Branding of SPiD
Comply with the SPiD brandbook and guidelines
We need to offer a consistent and recognisable login experience across all products and services in the ecosystem
To-the-point technical guides that get you started with the SPiD API.
Connect your application to the SPiD API and make your first call, verify that your client ID and secrets are correctly configured.
Implementing Single Sign-On, how users log into your application via SPiD, and how you can access the SPiD API on their behalf.
Guide for native mobile development using the SPiD API.
Using SPiD as a payment provider, your users can purchase products via SPiD, and you can track their purchases in your application to give access to products and pages.
So you prefer to dive straight into the code? Here are some example repos that work out of the box.
In-depth articles on various cross-cutting concerns.
Self service and support
API and Integration
Official API clients and SDKs
SPiD provides officially supported API clients (SDKs) for several languages. All our libraries are hosted on GitHub, feel free to report any issues, send pull requests, or just have a look at the source.
These libraries are currently not officially supported and/or well documented, but you are welcome to give them a try.
Looking for API details? Here you will find extensive reference documentation of all API endpoints.
Identifier Status API
User connections API
Digital Contents API
Self Service API
eID Verification API
Asset access check