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  • FusionAuth Reviews from Around the World

    It’s been only a few months since we launched FusionAuth and the reviews are coming in from all over. So far, developers are loving it! What’s not to love? We designed FusionAuth to deploy in seconds, integrate with any codebase, and run anywhere on any platform.

  • Easy Integration of FusionAuth and Node.js

    There are a variety of strategies for authentication in Node.js apps, but none provide the security, features and complete user management that come with FusionAuth. In this tutorial we’ll start with a simple Express application and show you how to add FusionAuth to register and authenticate users.

  • FusionAuth 1.4 Adds Self-Service Registration, TypeScript Client Library & More

    FusionAuth 1.4 was just released and is available for direct download and through our FastPath one-line install. It includes new features, a few changes, and some minor fixes for issues discovered by our excellent community and QA testers. Get the brief overview below, and visit our release notes for the full details.

  • Download and Install FusionAuth Tutorial - Linux

    Designed to save developer time and effort, there are only a few simple steps to download and install FusionAuth in your test or production environment. The following tutorial will explain how to install FusionAuth on a Linux system and be up and running in just a few minutes. This is one aspect that makes FusionAuth unique. Most existing identity technologies have a complex hierarchy of realms, principals, and distinguished names that restricts where they can be installed and requires extensive configuration. FusionAuth will install and run on a wide variety of systems including:

  • Data Partners And The GDPR - Questions To Ask

    By now, you should be fully aware of the GDPR’s data requirements for your own application, but have you talked with your data partners? If your application takes advantage of third-party tools and components to add functionality or track user information, they need to be compliant as well. The new regulations state that data privacy needs to be maintained throughout the entire lifecycle of an application, through every data controller and processor. Take the time to ask your data partners how they ensure GDPR compliance, including their security framework and how they manage data.