Archive of posts from May 2020

  • ASP.NET Core Example with Custom Claims

    Previously, we used ASP.NET Core to build a web application with a single protected page. Let’s extend the application to display the role of the user in FusionAuth as well as a custom claim. We’re going to create a group, assign a role to that group and then place our user in that group. We’ll also explore modifying our JSON Web Token (JWT) by using a lambda to expose the user’s favorite color. Finally, we’ll display all the claims on the “Secure” page.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.16

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.16. The 1.16.1 release shipped on May 18, 2020. The 1.16.x versions deliver innovations across the FusionAuth platform as well as including fixes that solve several issues for users on version 1.15 and older.

  • Using Java to manage FusionAuth

    In this tutorial, we’re going to illustrate how to use Java to accomplish various tasks with FusionAuth, programmatically. In order to speed up our development time, we’ll use the FusionAuth Java client library, which comes with already-built methods that we’ll use instead of building things from scratch.

  • Setting Up Single Sign-on For NodeBB

    NodeBB is a modern well supported forum software package. It has many plugins and provides a great user experience. Unlike hosted forums, you can run this on your own domain, which has UX and SEO benefits.

    In this post, we’ll show you how to set up single sign-on (SSO) for your NodeBB forum.

  • Securing an ASP.NET Core Razor Pages app with OAuth

    Previously, we used .NET Core to build a command line tool to add users to a FusionAuth user identity management system. In this tutorial, we’ll build out a web application with a protected page. We’ll use Razor Pages and have both login and logout happen against FusionAuth, using the Authorization Code grant.