Posts tagged 'client-python'

  • 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.

  • Building a user profile portal with Flask, OAuth, and APIs

    Once a user registers, you can view their data in the administrative user interface. But how can you allow the user to view or change their data themselves?

  • Adding social sign in to your Django web application using OAuth

    In this tutorial, we’ll build a basic Django web application which does user registration and authentication via FusionAuth, an authentication platform with some unique features.

  • Deactivating, reactivating, and deleting a FusionAuth user in Python

    Did you know that you can deactivate, reactivate, or delete a user within your applications using API calls from the FusionAuth Python client library? These tools are great for data conscious organizations, executing your organization’s data handling compliance policies (Learn more about GDPR data compliance here), and fast user management for developers using FusionAuth. This tutorial will give us a chance to explore more of the FusionAuth Python client library while learning about these three valuable API calls.

  • Implementing FusionAuth with Python - from setup to first app

    Welcome to our FusionAuth Python Library introduction tutorial! Today we will take a tour of the FusionAuth Python client library and get to know the basics of FusionAuth. This step-by-step guide will walk you through FusionAuth setup to building your first functional Python application with FusionAuth and then retrieving user profile information.