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The Auth Bottleneck Pattern
One common pattern for modern organizations is to centralize user management with a bottleneck architecture. A solid user management system is provisioned and all authentication and authorization requests are routed through it, rather than individual applications having their own auth components.READ MORE
How To Use FusionAuth's Multi-Tenant Feature To Create A Private Label Offering
Sometimes you just need a little space, right? Tenants in FusionAuth can provide logical separation of users and applications while letting admins manage one FusionAuth installation.READ MORE
Using OAuth and PKCE to Add Authentication to Your Gatsby Site
Building a CLI app with the Device Code grant and golang
Ever need to authenticate a user from a device that doesn’t provide a great interface for logging in? Maybe your device is a smart TV, a Raspberry Pi, or perhaps a CLI app? Oh and you’re a fan of Golang? Well, then this is the post for you!READ MORE
Securing a Ruby on Rails API with JWTs
Ruby on Rails is a modern web framework, but also a great way to build an API. The ability to quickly jam out your business logic, the ease of creating and modifying data models, and the built-in testing support all combine to make creating a JSON API in Rails a no brainer. Add in a sleek admin interface using something like RailsAdmin and you can build and manage APIs easily.
But you don’t typically want just anyone to consume your API. You want to ensure the right people and applications are doing so. In this tutorial, we’re going to build an API in Ruby on Rails 6, and secure it using JSON Web Tokens (JWTs).READ MORE