Install Django Keycloak.
Django app to add Keycloak support to your project.
An showcase/demo project is added in the example folder.
Install development environment:
$ make install-python
Documentation is written using Sphinx and maintained in the docs folder.
To make it easy to write docs Docker support is available.
First build the Docker container:
$ docker build . -f DockerfileDocs -t django-keycloak-docs
Run the container
$ docker run -v `pwd`:/src --rm -t -i -p 8050:8050 django-keycloak-docs
Go in the browser to http://localhost:8050 and view the documentation which get refreshed and updated on every update in the documentation source.
$ git checkout master $ git pull $ bumpversion release $ make deploy-pypi $ bumpversion --no-tag patch $ git push origin master --tags
Added support for remote user. Handling identities without registering a User model. (thanks to bossan)
Addes support for permissions using resources and scopes. (thanks to bossan)
Correctly extract email field name on UserModel (thanks to swist)
Add support for Oauth2 Token Exchange to exchange tokens with remote clients. Handy when using multiple applications with different clients which have to communicate with each other.
Support for session iframe
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