Logto is an alternative to Auth0 for building modern customer identity infrastructure with minimal effort, for both your customers and their organizations.
It offers a seamless developer experience and is well-suited for individuals and growing companies.
This is free and open source software.
- Frontend-to-backend identity solution:
- OIDC-based authentication and RBAC authorization.
- Passwordless sign in and much more diverse options, including Email, Phone number, Username, Google, Facebook and other social sign in methods.
- Beautiful UI components with customizable CSS to fit your business needs.
- Out-of-the-box infrastructure:
- A ready-to-use management API can serve as your authentication provider, eliminating the need for extra implementation.
- SDKs that can integrate your apps with Logto quickly, multi-platform and language compatible, tailored to your development environment.
- Flexible connectors, scalable with community contributions, customizable with SAML, OAuth, and OIDC protocols.
- Enterprise-ready solutions:
- RBAC to control your resource through scalable role authorization for diverse use cases.
- User management and audit Logs to understand identity related user info and keep your security on track.
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