fairly trivial to add support for React to it simply by using the Cordova
support. You can force keycloak.js to use Cordova mode. That may work or
you may need to add a new "adapter" to the keycloak.js for React. Take a
look at the code specific to Cordova, there's not much.
On 6 January 2017 at 15:59, Grant Marrow <grantmarrow(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Could anyone point me in the right direction please. I am busy building a
react native mobile application and I would like to use keycloak for user
authentication and authorization. Has anyone else done this before, if yes
could you please give me some tips on how you implemented this?
Thanks in advance.
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