Neustar TDI is an identity & authentication framework for the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, servers, and end-users.
Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI)
Neustar TDI (formerly oneID-connect) is an authentication framework for the Internet of Things (IoT), servers and end-users. By sending messages with digital signatures, you can authenticate the origin of the message and ensure the message hasn’t been tampered with. Neustar TDI makes it simple for projects that need to securely send messages and verify the authentication of messages.
For more information, please visit the docs. http://oneid-connect.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
Building the API Docs Locally
This project uses Sphinx to create documentation. Following these instructions builds the docs locally and outputs them to ./docs/_build/html. You may not need a python virtual environment if python is installed universally on your machine.
- Create a virtualenv.
- To install dependencies, run pip install -r requirements.txt -r docs_requirements.txt to install all dependencies defined in the repo. This should install sphinx, sphinx_rtd_theme, and more.
- From the project dir, run sphinx-build -b html ./docs ./docs/_build OR from ./docs, run make html
- Run make clean from ./docs to remove the build.