What is OAuth.io?
OAuth is a protocol that aimed to provide a single secure recipe to manage authorizations. It is now used by almost every web application. However, 30+ different implementations coexist. OAuth.io fixes this massive problem by acting as a universal adapter, thanks to a robust API. With OAuth.io integrating OAuth takes minutes instead of hours or days.
OAuth.io is a tool in the User Management and Authentication category of a tech stack.
Who uses OAuth.io?
3 companies reportedly use OAuth.io in their tech stacks, including PowersportsAuction, Infrastructure & Ops, and Keller Covered.
18 developers on StackShare have stated that they use OAuth.io.
Appwrite, Stormpath, WSO2 Identity Server, Xano, and SimpleSAMLphp are some of the popular tools that integrate with OAuth.io. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with OAuth.io.
Pros of OAuth.io
Integration with 100+ Providers
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Core oauthd open source
- Quickly integrate API providers
- More than 100 providers available
- Secured encrypted API
- Simplified API calls
- Web and mobile SDKs
- User and app activity analytics
- Request API: perform actions on behalf of users
OAuth.io Alternatives & Comparisons
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