Fine-grained authorization flows with great UX

Authorize your end-users to access protected resource or functionality using OAuth 2 & OpenID Connect compliant grant flows.
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Authorization Flow

Specifically tailored for web applications, native applications, IoT devices, REST APIs, and cloud-native microservices.
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Consent

Fully customisable consent screen that describes scopes that the user is authorizing to the application.
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Grants

After an authorization flow, OAuth client will receive tokens which are used to access protected resources.
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Claims

Claims including the scope and optionally authorization details are embedded in issued tokens.
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Authorization Grants

Specifically tailored for web applications, native applications, IoT devices, REST APIs, and cloud-native microservices.

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Typically used by Single-page applications. After authorisation, access Token and ID Token are returned directly to the application as fragment component of the Redirection URI.

Typically used by server-side web applications. After authorization, application will get the authorization code from the URL and use it to request an access token from token endpoint.

Typically used by mobile and single-page applications. Application includes a code challenge in authorisation request. Rest of the flow is similar to authorization code flow but now token endpoint will match authorization code with code challenge.

Combination of implicit flow and authorization code flow i.e. some tokens are returned from the authorization endpoint as fragment in redirect URI and others are exchanged from the token endpoint.

Typically used by server side applications or backend services to obtain an access token outside of the context of a user.

Typically used by CLI application or IoT devices (smart TV, printers, gaming consoles, etc.) due to constrained browser access. In this flow client uses a pre-registered URL to get authorization from user via a user agent on a separate device or context.

Typically used by private clients including mobile apps, server-side applications to exchange a refresh token for an access token when the access token has expired.

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