What is Xkit?
Xkit manages the process of getting authorization to connect to your users' 3rd party SaaS apps so you can focus on building your integrations.
Xkit is a tool in the Integration Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Xkit?
GitHub, Slack, Gmail, Google Drive, and GitLab are some of the popular tools that integrate with Xkit. Here's a list of all 29 tools that integrate with Xkit.
- Integration with OAuth2 without a backend
- Works with Firebase Auth, Auth0, AWS Cognito, and most other authentication systems
- Embed or link to a pre-built integration catalog
- Retrieve access tokens on the front- or back-end for clean separation of concerns
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