You can us Resteasy to create a client for Keycloak (assuming you’re using Java).

Take a look at:

Scott Rossillo
Smartling | Senior Software Engineer

On May 23, 2016, at 4:54 PM, John D. Ament <> wrote:


I was wondering, is there an API JAR that would allow me to interact with Keycloak in a more type safe way?  I've been through the REST api and I suspect it will do everything I need, but the work to actually build out the client seems pretty heavy, so having an existing client sounds pretty useful.

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