Archive of posts from November 2020

  • Securing a Flutter App with OAuth

    Today, Flutter has become one of the most talked about cross-platform mobile development frameworks. It competes with React Native in the number of GitHub stars. Most developers who have experienced Flutter development enjoy how one can configure and build beautiful user interfaces. There is no doubt Flutter is among the top contenders for developers when picking a mobile development framework for a new project.

  • Recon InfoSec switched to FusionAuth from AWS Cognito

    Whitney Champion is a FusionAuth community member and lead architect at Recon InfoSec, a managed security services provider. She chatted with us over email about how she and her team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • JWT authorization in a microservices gateway

    In a recent article, we set up an API gateway with microservices for an eCommerce enterprise. FusionAuth handled our centralized authentication and then we passed user details for authorization to the microservices.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.21

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.21. The 1.21 release shipped on Nov 10, 2020. This version delivers new features as well as resolving issues for users on version 1.20 and older.

  • dealcloser chooses FusionAuth, saves two months of development time

    Alex Trauzzi is a Developer & Software Architect building dealcloser, a transaction management hub for legal professionals. We sat down with him to chat about how he and his team are using FusionAuth’s Enterprise Edition to meet their auth needs.

  • Controlling a hotspot with FusionAuth authentication

    In this post, the goal is to allow web browsing only for users who have been authenticated. Imagine a campsite, a hotel, or a company that wants to provide this service to its visitors. There should also be adequate network infrastructure, but that’s beyond the scope of this post.

    The proposed solution is a minimal, functional and highly customizable proof of concept.