* For web applications, including rich text editors (RTE) like TinyMCE, CKEditor, CodeMirror, and Xeditor
Want to make sign-in easy for your content contributors? Use single sign-on (SSO) to connect your Sidebar Integration in your web application with the Acrolinx Platform. To do this, you'll need to implement a proxy. Proxy samples for Java and PHP show you how to build a proxy that communicates with the Acrolinx Platform. You'll also need to set up Acrolinx for single sign-on.
Use SAML and PingFederate with Acrolinx to authenticate users.
Have you read the guidelines for developing a custom Acrolinx Integration?