authorize VS canada

Compare authorize vs canada and see what are their differences.


Rule based authorization for Elixir (by jfrolich)


Easy permission definitions in Elixir apps! (by jarednorman)
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authorize canada
0 2
91 405
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0.0 0.0
over 2 years ago about 1 year ago
Elixir Elixir
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of canada. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-11-16.
  • Authorization and Policy Scopes for Phoenix Apps
    3 projects | | 16 Nov 2021
    While it is definitely possible to roll out something by hand, it usually makes sense not to reinvent the wheel if well-maintained and tested libraries are available. Canada and Bodyguard are two of the more popular ones that I have seen in the community.
  • 10 Years(-Ish) of Elixir
    8 projects | | 14 Jan 2021
    There are packages on Hex that haven't been updated in a long time but still work perfectly (Canada, for example: Elixir itself doesn't change much... in fact there's no plans for a 2.0 on the horizon, so the fact that packages don't change often isn't a big deal if they still do what they say they do and aren't hurting for more features.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing authorize and canada you can also consider the following projects:

bodyguard - Simple authorization conventions for Phoenix apps


sheriff - Build simple and robust authorization systems with just Elixir and Plug

Phauxth - Not actively maintained - Authentication library for Phoenix, and other Plug-based, web applications

policy_wonk - Elixir authorization and resource loading in Plug form for Phoenix

terminator - 🛡 Modern elixir ACL/ABAC library for managing granular user abilities and permissions

speakeasy - Middleware based authorization for Absinthe GraphQL powered by Bodyguard

CanCanCan - The authorization Gem for Ruby on Rails.

Pundit - Simple authorization helpers for Elixir stucts, like Ruby's Pundit