[keycloak-dev] Example Setup to simplify the development of Keycloak Extensions
sthorger at redhat.com
Mon Feb 18 04:10:58 EST 2019
Arquillian can use a remote container, which allows you pointing to an
already running Keycloak server, then you simply hot deploy your extension
as part of the tests and it should not need to restart Keycloak.
On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 at 12:32, Thomas Darimont <
thomas.darimont at googlemail.com> wrote:
> HI Stian,
> Thanks for the feedback. In my experience using Arquillian is rather slow
> - at least I haven't seen an example setup that doesn't need 30+ seconds
> round-trip time per change (without hot-code replacement). Do you have a
> fast example at hand (< 10sec round-trip time)?
> The aforementioned approach is easy to use and makes a cold-start
> round-trip much faster (~5 sec my machine).
> Also one can concentrate on the actual extension development first,
> instead of figuring out the proper packaging of their extension right from
> the beginning, which is IMHO not a nice getting started experience.
> Am Di., 12. Feb. 2019 um 12:21 Uhr schrieb Stian Thorgersen <
> sthorger at redhat.com>:
>> I'd say it would be better to target the real distribution rather than
>> the KeycloakServer. It should be reasonably easy to setup Arquillian to use
>> the Keycloak distribution from Maven Central and allow it to hot-deploy
>> extensions for testing purposes.
>> On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 at 09:42, Thomas Darimont <
>> thomas.darimont at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Keycloak-Team,
>>> I found a neat setup to simplify the development of Keycloak extensions.
>>> I setup a "keycloak-extension-playground" project that contains two or
>>> maven modules:
>>> - keycloak-playground-server
>>> - simple-auth-extension (example)
>>> In the "keycloak-playground-server" module, I wrap a KeycloakServer from
>>> the "keycloak-testsuite-utils" library where one could potentially add
>>> additional configuration. Note that this library must be in (local) Maven
>>> The "simple-auth-extension" is an example extension module that
>>> demonstrates the usage of the Authenticator SPI.
>>> I now declare "simple-auth-extension" as a compile time dependency of the
>>> "keycloak-playground-server" project. This ensures that it's classes and
>>> resources are on the classpath of KeycloakServer. Therefore all SPI
>>> implementations in custom extensions can be found. This improves the
>>> debugging experience and speeds up development time.
>>> The example project can be found here:
>>> What do you guys think about this approach?
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