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xiringuito - SSH-based "VPN for poors"

  •    Shell

This is the "VPN without VPN" software done using nice built-in capabilities of SSH. Yes! That easy - just pass an SSH server and the list of networks your want to access through this server.

sul-embed - An oEmbed Service for Stanford University Libraries

  •    Javascript

An oEmbed provider for embedding resources from the Stanford University Library. There is an embedded static page available at /pages/sandbox in your development and test environments. Make sure that you use the same host on the service input (first text field) as you are accessing the site from (e.g. localhost or

arclight - A Rails engine supporting discovery of archival material

  •    Ruby

A Rails engine supporting discovery of archival materials. During April - June 2017, ArcLight underwent its initial development as a Minimally Viable Product (MVP). The MVP is targeted for content that is described in the Encoded Archival Description (EAD) format. Future development is in the planning phase with no definitive timeline as yet.

exhibits - Stanford University Libraries online exhibits showcase

  •    Ruby

The project's master branch provides a template Spotlight application with SUL branding and functionality. A Rake task is provided to (re)index content into the Solr index. It uses the configured sets in config/exhibit.yml.

oauth_reverse_proxy - A proxy that can sign outbound traffic as well as a reverse proxy capable of enforcing that callers present the correct OAuth credentials

  •    Javascript

Layer to add authentication to APIs by checking caller credentials, reverse-proxying inbound traffic to your API, and then signing outbound traffic back to callers. Authentication for web applications, particularly applications created for machine-to-machine use, is often an afterthought or implemented in an insecure or incompatible fashion. We want a robust implementation of OAuth that can run on Windows or Unix systems in front of any HTTP-serving application and support clients written in any language. These are two-party connections, so we can use the simplest form of OAuth: zero-legged OAuth 1.0a.