How to build a full-stack authentication app

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  • apisix-authgear-oidc-full-stack-auth

    A full-stack authentication app with APISIX, Authgear and OIDC

    This post will guide you through building a full-stack authentication app with Apache APISIX, Authgear, and OpenID Connect (OIDC). You can find the project's source code on GitHub. For a swift start with the app, simply clone the repository and execute the code sample, following the steps provided in the README.md file.

  • authgear-sdk-js

    Authgear authentication SDK for Single Page Applications (SPA) and JavaScript websites

    This post will guide you through building a full-stack authentication app with Apache APISIX, Authgear, and OpenID Connect (OIDC). You can find the project's source code on GitHub. For a swift start with the app, simply clone the repository and execute the code sample, following the steps provided in the README.md file.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.

  • frank_jwt

    JSON Web Token implementation in Rust.

    A web app can take various forms, from Single Page Apps (SPA) built with React, Vue, or Angular, to standard web applications crafted using frameworks like Express, NextJS, and similar platforms. The web app is our client app with frontend sends a request to an Identity Provider (Authgear) with client Id, a client secret to collect an access token like JSON Web Tokens (JWT).

  • Express

    Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.

    For the demo project, we used Docker to install and run 3 components (backend, API Gateway, and frontend) with a single command. We employed ExpressJS for the frontend web app, hosting our single page app at localhost:3000. The APISIX Gateway can be accessed at localhost:9080, while our backend API (it can be any API you build using Python, Java, NodeJS and etc.) is set up on localhost:9081.

  • apisix-ingress-controller

    APISIX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes

    This post will guide you through building a full-stack authentication app with Apache APISIX, Authgear, and OpenID Connect (OIDC). You can find the project's source code on GitHub. For a swift start with the app, simply clone the repository and execute the code sample, following the steps provided in the README.md file.

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