Announcing FusionAuth 1.37

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We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.37 of FusionAuth. It shipped in August, 2022. The 1.37 release includes bug fixes, multi-factor authentication (MFA) policies for applications, an API to mark a user’s email address as verified, and the ability to limit webhooks to certain tenants. This release contains ... Read More

FusionAuth is going to KCDC

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It’s conference season! Last week we were at THAT, next week we’ll be at KCDC (The Kansas City Developer Conference). This is a developer focused conference which happens in downtown Kansas City Aug 8-10. We’re sponsoring KCDC this year. This conference focuses on developers, architects, managers and more. As far ... Read More

We’ll see you at THAT Conference

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THAT Conference is a developer focused conference which takes place in several locations, including in Texas and Wisconsin. It’s happening this week in Wisconsin. This year, FusionAuth is sponsoring it. This conference focuses on developers, but the talks cover a lot of ground. I also like the family focus. The ... Read More

Critical infrastructure and latency in gaming

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While esports competitions are high skill cap events, both hobby gamers and elite professionals alike expect optimal network conditions when they play games. A suboptimal network can turn an enjoyable event into an infuriating one that drives players away. With tens of thousands of games released annually, it’s important to ... Read More

FusionAuth Remix demo

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Remix is the new hotness in web development! It is an attempt to solve some of the performance issues of React by cleverly splitting up server-side code (called Loaders and Actions) from the functionality that absolutely must be shipped to the client, such as JavaScript and CSS for transitions. It ... Read More

ClearSpend chose FusionAuth because of self-hosting and clear APIs

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Stephen Saucier is a FusionAuth community member and Head of UX Development at ClearSpend. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs. This interview has been lightly edited for clarity and length. Dan: Can you tell me a ... Read More

What is SCIM?

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SCIM, which stands for System for Cross-domain Identity Management, is a specification to add and remove users and groups using a standard protocol. Now, as of version 1.36, FusionAuth can consume SCIM requests and act as the provisioning server in a SCIM client/server environment. If you are interested, you can ... Read More

Why is there no authentication in OAuth?

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OAuth, a standard for securely delegating authorization information, and OIDC, a profile written on top of it to securely transmit user profile data, both rely heavily on authentication of the user (also known as the ‘resource owner’) at the authorization server. The authorization server issues tokens only after the user ... Read More

ZanoCloud helps companies make the most of the cloud with FusionAuth

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Dmitry Zanozin is a FusionAuth community member and Founder and CEO at ZanoCloud. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs. This interview has been lightly edited for clarity and length. Dan: Can you tell me a bit ... Read More

Why secure gamer’s user accounts?

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As the industry continues to grow, gaming is becoming a way for users to make money in addition to being a form of entertainment. Gamers need to be able to track and save their progress to qualify for prize money, esports league salaries, or sponsorships, as well as add to ... Read More