No, of course there isn't. A JS app runs entirely within the users browser.
Can you explain what you're actually trying to achieve? I don't get it.
On 6 January 2017 at 16:29, Matt H <tsdgcc2087(a)outlook.com> wrote:
obtain a token from Keycloak. The token would not be specific to the user
Adapter, it appears that it only works for getting a token for the user and
is a public access type. Is it possible to get a token for the UI and
treat the UI as a confidential client? It would need to then have a secret
key, right? Is there a good way to store that secret key so that it can't
be read by users who just browse the source from their browser?
The reason for doing this is I have another authentication engine that is
used to access the UI. The users would then not have an account in
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