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Keycloak is an Open Source Identity and Access Management solution for modern Applications and Services.
The quickstarts herein provided demonstrate securing applications with Keycloak using different programming languages (and frameworks) and how to extend the server capabilities through a set of Java-based Service Provider Interfaces(SPI). They provide small, specific, working examples that can be used as a reference for your own project.
They are organized in this repository under different categories (or directories) as follows:
|extension||Examples about how to extend the server capabilities using some of the Keycloak SPIs.|
|jakarta||Examples about how secure Jakarta Applications|
|nodejs||Examples about how to secure NodeJS Applications|
|spring||Examples about how to secure Spring Applications|
For any missing programming language and framework, you might want to consider looking at:
We are happy to accept contributions for any reference that demonstrates how to integrate Keycloak with additional programming languages or frameworks.
First clone the Keycloak repository:
git clone https://github.com/keycloak/keycloak-quickstarts.git cd keycloak-quickstarts
Each quickstart provides its own documentation with the steps you need to follow in order to build, test, and run the example.
Look at the
README.md file at the root of a quickstart for more details.
If you've found a security vulnerability, please look at the instructions on how to properly report it
If you believe you have discovered a defect in Keycloak, please open an issue. Please remember to provide a good summary, description as well as steps to reproduce the issue.
Before contributing to this repository, please read our contributing guidelines.