These are set of apps to build an OAuth 2.0 Infrastructure to host Users and Client Apps. It allows dynamic client registration and client registration for third party apps.



  • OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect based Authorization Server API
  • Additional RFCs to OAuth 2.0, like PKCE, introspection endpoint, OIDC, etc.
  • 2 Factor Authentication using Authenticator App
  • OTP based Passwordless login
  • Choose to login from multiple accounts
  • Identity provider microservice for users to save their profiles
  • Easy delete of user for GDPR compliance
  • Single Signon using Google Gsuite, Facebook, Github or any OAuth2.0 provider
  • Seamless integration with OAuth 2.0 services
  • Communication Server API to fire emails and use cloud storage like s3
  • Admin Console UI to setup and manage services
  • Service registry to query dynamically registered service URLs
  • Basic color and branding and whitelabel for Authorization Client UI
  • Automated pipeline for testing, building and deploying of services
  • CI Workflow can be set to automate releases
  • e2e tests to ensure API functionality of authorization server
  • Frontend for all services are decoupled, can be replaced by whitelabeled containers
  • Frequent upgrades to dependencies for security
  • Easy backups, restores and disaster recovery based on kubernetes, velero
  • Easy connectivity to data stores
  • All IO intensive resource servers are built using NodeJS
  • Resource server can be made using preferred language for optimized tasks
  • Rolling updates to core service, no downtime during upgrades
  • Code structure influenced by Domain Driven Design
  • Optional EventStore connection (violates privacy by storing events)
  • Optionally notify events to Broadcast Service on TCP (respects privacy by not storing events)
  • Webauthn passwordless login using hardware key


Start development environment. Refer section

DO NOT setup local development servers to develop apps based on this authorization server and related service.

Host a common setup under a kubernetes namespace for developers.


Refer Kubernetes section

TypeScript API Documentation

ReST API Swagger Docs

ReST API Docs for each app can be accessed at /api-docs and /api-docs-json