It is possible through admin REST API to know the available social
But this sounds like you're re-implementing Keycloak. If you have your
own login form on application side, you need to figure social providers,
but also other things (EG. forget password, registration of users).
Having the form provided by Keycloak itself is really more recommended
way for this.
On 01/08/18 10:38, Robert Smol wrote:
Marek thanks for hints, when building the form, how do I get to know
which social providers are available?
I mean on keycloak we have username+password + social providers form.
I definitely need to allow the users to login with Facebook,Google+
This is example of our customised form directly on the keycloak.
On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 10:10 PM Marek Posolda <mposolda(a)redhat.com
you can either look at our Themes functionality if you want to
look and feel of login page (See the docs and examples for the
In this case, page will be still displayed by Keycloak server,
have different L&F.
Other possibility is to use OAuth2
Resource-Owner-Password-Credentials-Grant (Direct grant). In this
you can create the form by yourself and then send the
in the separate HTTP Post request to Keycloak and Keycloak will
you back the tokens.
On 31/07/18 17:26, Robert Smol wrote:
> is there any similar project like Auth0 Lock? Something that
would allow me
> to embed Keycloak's login page into my classical web app? Currently
> whenever I need to login the user, I forward him to Keycloak,
but there are
> demands to show the login window directly on our webpage.
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