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Usernameless QR code authentication factor is now available as a feature in the Futurae mobile SDKs.
What is this feature about?
We are thrilled to announce the new usernameless QR code authentication factor. The Futurae Auth API endpoint Authenticate with Usernameless QR Code returns a QR code that not is not bound to a specific user, and which can be used to authenticate any user of the Futurae Service that the QR code was generated for.
This feature is available for customers integrating the SDK 2.2.0 version or above.
How to use this feature?
To perform a usernameless QR code authentication, the Auth API endpoint Authenticate with Usernameless QR Code can be called to get a QR code that can be scanned by any user of the specific Futurae Service.
The retrieved usernameless QR code, can then be scanned by a mobile app integrating the Futurae Mobile SDK, and provided to the SDK using the methods described in our Mobile SDK following documentation:
- Android SDK: https://www.futurae.com/docs/guide/futurae-sdks/mobile-sdk-android/#usernameless-qr-code
- iOS SDK: https://www.futurae.com/docs/guide/futurae-sdks/mobile-sdk-ios/#usernameless-qr-code
Does this change have any impact on my Futurae SDK integration?
The following attributes
SessionInfo.userId can now be null, thus when integrating the Android SDK 2.2.0 into a Kotlin project, they need to be handled as nullable.
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