FusionAuth Blog

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  • Illustrative Mathematics saved 50% by moving to FusionAuth from Auth0

    Dylan Dechant is a FusionAuth community member and Director of Engineering at Illustrative Mathematics. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • How to migrate from Azure AD B2C

    Azure AD B2C is a serverless CIAM offering from Microsoft Azure with integration across many Azure services. It offers authentication and authorization for users. Azure AD B2C supports a number of OAuth grants, including the Authorization Code grant, the Implicit grant and the Client Credentials grant.

  • Why consider cross-platform gaming accounts?

    More and more games are launching across two or more platforms. One of the prime reasons why game developers go cross-platform is to leverage a larger market. Being able to sell products to a whole new set of users is an incredible win for game developers, and demand for cross-play from gamers is increasing as well.

  • Hackfests at FusionAuth

    Hackfests, also called hackathons or fedex days (because you “ship in a day”), build team cohesion and allow for exploration of new technologies and processes.

    FusionAuth has been doing hackfests for a few years now. I wanted to document the what, why and how of them.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.40

    We’re excited to announce the release of FusionAuth version 1.40.0. It shipped on Sep 16, 2022. This release includes native windows installation, Okta SCIM support for deactivation of users, and a change to how you can install the MySQL driver, as well as other bug fixes.