TruValidate Multifactor Authentication does not have a native Scala SDK but you can include the
TruValidate Multifactor Authentication Service SDK for Java in your Scala project.
Obtaining the SDK
To include the TruValidate Multifactor Authentication SDK for Java in your Scala app, you will
likely need to use Maven. There are two ways to use Apache Maven within Scala:
- Use the Scala build tool (SBT) and include the library.
Below is an example for including the 4.1.0 release:
libraryDependencies += "com.iovation.launchkey" % "sdk" % "4.1.0"
Create your project as a Maven Project using the Scala Maven Plugin. Please refer to the
Scala with Maven tutorial for more information.
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