[keycloak-dev] Keycloak Admin Console UI - a little guide
mposolda at redhat.com
Mon Aug 11 08:02:48 EDT 2014
On 11.8.2014 12:57, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Bill Burke" <bburke at redhat.com>
>> To: keycloak-dev at lists.jboss.org
>> Sent: Monday, 4 August, 2014 3:48:56 PM
>> Subject: Re: [keycloak-dev] Keycloak Admin Console UI - a little guide
>> On 8/4/2014 8:43 AM, Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
>>> as part of the UPS release we are improving our own 'user guide' for the
>>> UPS. Current status is visible here:
>>> In this guide, there is a section that is called "Administration of the
>>> UnifiedPush Server", which should be explaining the Keycloak's Admin
>>> Console UI features (see ). The doc would contain a bunch of
>>> screenshots and little sentences to explain the reason of these
>>> different screens, similar to:
>>> However, before starting too early on this document, I was wondering
>>> about a few things :-)
>>> * there is no such 'Console UI guide' from the Keycloak team, atm -
>>> right ? If so, that's totally fine and I am happy to create one for UPS.
>>> Hopefully some of its conent can be reused by the KC team. Would be cool
>>> if we can work on improving that document together
>> Our console guide is pretty much mixed in with our normal docs. We
>> wouldn't have a separate guide I don't think. There's really not much
>> of an API to document and it is all config files, and admin UI. What we
>> need to do is add screen shots and stuff.
>>> * are you guys planning significant changes to the Admin Console UI,
>>> after the beta4 has been released? I've seen some PRs around "UI
>>> federation" (I am not familiar w/ the details around that), but that
>>> seems to be done once we have the beta4 release available.
>> Federation stuff is already in (last week).
>> Some UI changes that might come in:
>> * Scope pages for application/oauth client will have option to allow any
>> * I'm thinking of combining oauth client and application together. need
>> to get feedback from Stian and Marek though before I do this.
> +1 To combining these - I'd even say we should combine these in the model as well.
+1, I belive that adding just a flag to ClientModel should be
sufficient. We can add something to admin console, that if flag is
selected than some settings (for example Roles tabs) will be hidden.
Similarly like when you select that application is "public" it
automatically hides Credentials tabs.
>> Other than that, there will only be minor cosmetic changes.
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