Auth0 integration for MODX CMS.
What does it do?
- Log in to MODX using any/all of the Identify Providers (IdPs) supported by Auth0, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Github, Microsoft, Dropbox, and dozens of others, including enterprise services.
- Synchronize MODX User records, User Groups, and User Settings across multiple MODX sites and the Auth0 User database.
- Log in to MODX with a one-time-use JWT.
- Practically any of the features and use cases that Auth0 supports.
In its most basic implementation, the auth0.login Snippet redirects the User to your Auth0 domain's login page, then calls the Auth0 API to identify the User by their verified email address. The auth0.login Snippet attempts to verify the User against the MODX User records, and if successful, adds the MODX Context(s) specified in the Snippet properties to the User's session.
You can read the blog post here.
Issues, bug reports and feature reports welcome at https://github.com/sepiariver/auth0/issues or email email@example.com
Install via MODX Extras Installer. Or you can download directly from https://modx.com/extras/package/auth0
New in Auth0 1.3.3-beta1
Change API field type in System Settings Updated readme Bugfix for custom domains
Support for custom domains
Update Auth0 SDK
Logout Snippet. Add user profile to loggedIn snippet. Option to check local session only to save round trip. Option to pass additional parameters to Auth0 login. Make docs actually reflect login Snippet properties.