What is Guardian?
Avoid dealing with OAuth logic in your code, and spend more time creating your product. Guardian reduces the OAuth footprint in your code to a single request. Built with modularity in mind, Guardian leverages plugins to handle OAuth flows, should you encounter a flow that Guardian doesn't handle, create a small flow plugin to do so and carry on. Guardian comes with 5 pre-made plugins that cover 99% of OAuth services.
Guardian is a tool in the User Management and Authentication category of a tech stack.
Guardian is an open source tool with 630 GitHub stars and 43 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Guardian's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Guardian?
Why developers like Guardian?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Guardian
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- Perfect for both production and testing
- Guardian is centralized and easily configurable to allow multiple environments giving you the flexibility you need
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