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Using the FusionAuth Setup Wizard
The FusionAuth Setup Wizard is designed to make setting up FusionAuth a simple process so you can get back to working on the core features of your application. The step-by-step process only takes a few minutes to prepare FusionAuth to integrate with your application. The basic steps are:READ MORE
New Feature - Social Login for Facebook, Google, Twitter & More
You need social? We got social. Our newest update to FusionAuth makes it simple to enable social logins like Facebook, Twitter, and Google for all your applications. You can also connect and configure any generic OpenID Connect-based identity providers with simple configuration steps. On successful registration, we call the provider API to retrieve and store user information so you have an up-to-date user record.READ MORE
New Feature - Login Theme
We are excited to announce an awesome new feature for FusionAuth. We call itREAD MORE
Login Theme. This feature allows you to customize the look and feel of your login pages. This includes the login page itself, but also all the pages needed to support login including forgot password, two-factor authentication, update password, and others.
Easy Integration of Spring and FusionAuth
Making a Spring application with FusionAuth is easy. Follow the steps below and in about an hour you’ll have FusionAuth providing user login and authorization for your application. Or you can be up and running in just a few minutes by using our example app.READ MORE
Auth0 and FusionAuth - A Tale of Two Solutions
We’ve seen a lot of news lately about Authentication as a Service platforms like Auth0 and FusionAuth and hope that trend will continue. Auth0 and FusionAuth both provide advanced customer identity and access management (CIAM) and it is exciting to see a company that we respect recognized by the wider community. Strangely, when I say this at the CIAM events we attend I get a few curious looks. Why would we want them to be recognized? Shouldn’t we want FusionAuth to get the attention?READ MORE