Archive of posts from July 2022

  • We'll see you at THAT Conference

    THAT Conference is a developer focused conference which takes place in several locations, including in Texas and Wisconsin. It’s happening this week in Wisconsin.

    This year, FusionAuth is sponsoring it.

  • Critical infrastructure and latency in gaming

    While esports competitions are high skill cap events, both hobby gamers and elite professionals alike expect optimal network conditions when they play games. A suboptimal network can turn an enjoyable event into an infuriating one that drives players away.

  • FusionAuth Remix demo

    Remix is the new hotness in web development! It is an attempt to solve some of the performance issues of React by cleverly splitting up server-side code (called Loaders and Actions) from the functionality that absolutely must be shipped to the client, such as JavaScript and CSS for transitions. It also offers benefits in accessibility through a commitment to using web standards and progressive enhancement. Remix allows for almost all parts of the stack to be easily swapped out, e.g. you can choose from several different datastores that are pre-packaged with Remix for your convenience.

    However, new users should be aware that the authentication functionality currently shipped with the basic Remix package does not conform to current best practices.

  • ClearSpend chose FusionAuth because of self-hosting and clear APIs

    Stephen Saucier is a FusionAuth community member and Head of UX Development at ClearSpend. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.