Is there some reason you can't simply use a new theme to style the existing
login pages to match your application? I'm building an AngularJS app to
work with Keycloak, and that is what my team is doing.
I'm not sure what you gain by rewriting the existing functionality. If it's
a question of integrating Keycloak with your Angular app, I'd be happy to
share with you how we do it.
On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 9:50 AM, <santosh.haranath(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Can we use an angularJS or React based application to render login
I have noticed administration APIs but did not see authentication APIs to
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