Client types in OAuth 2.0

In OAuth 2.0, we can have many different types of Client Applications that users can use to access Resource Server’s resources. For example, we have native mobile applications, web applications including Single Page Application, console or backend applications, etc. These Client Applications will need to… Read More

Grant types in OAuth 2.0

The grant type is how OAuth 2.0’s Authorization Server can process and verify that the Client Application is eligible for access to the Resource Server. There are 4 types of grant types that OAuth 2.0 defines in its spec: Authorization Code Implicit Resource Owner Password… Read More

Overview about OAuth 2.0

OAuth (Open Authorization) 2.0 is a standard that defines how third-party applications can access user information and resources related to this user in another application. It makes it possible for third-party applications to access resources without knowing the credentials of the user who owns those… Read More