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The heart of the Higgins project is an active client called a "selector"--a personal identity manager based on the information card metaphor. This project also includes code for identity services of two kinds: code to enable sites to rely on information cards and code to allow sites to issue information cards.
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The heart of the [[Higgins]] project is an active client called a selector--a personal identity manager based on a visual card-wallet metaphor. These cards are called information cards, or i-cards. This project also includes code to enable websites to rely on i-cards and code to allow websites to issue i-cards.
  
* [[Selector Overview]] - code for selector active clients
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* [[Higgins Selector]]  
* [[Identity Services Overview]] - code for relying and issuing sites
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* [[Identity Services Overview]] - code for relying and issuing websites
 
* [[Higgins 1.0]] - first release
 
* [[Higgins 1.0]] - first release
* [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Third_Party_Solutions 3rd Party Solutions] built on 1.x code
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* [[Higgins 1.0.1]] - bugfix release
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* [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Third_Party_Solutions 3rd Party Solutions] built on 1.0.x
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* [[Components 1.0]]
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* [[Components 1.1]]
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* [[Components 1.X]]

Latest revision as of 12:27, 20 August 2014

Higgins logo 76Wx100H.jpg

The heart of the Higgins project is an active client called a selector--a personal identity manager based on a visual card-wallet metaphor. These cards are called information cards, or i-cards. This project also includes code to enable websites to rely on i-cards and code to allow websites to issue i-cards.

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