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Integrated set of Django applications addressing authentication, registration, account management as well as 3rd party (social) account authentication.

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Most existing Django apps that address the problem of social authentication unfortunately focus only on one dimension - the social. Most developers end up integrating another app in order to support authentication flows that are locally generated.

This approach creates a development gap between local and social authentication flows. It has remained an issue in spite of numerous common scenarios that both require. For example, an e-mail address passed along by an OpenID provider may not be verified. Therefore, prior to hooking up an OpenID account to a local account the e-mail address must be verified. This essentially is one of many use cases that mandate e-mail verification to be present in both worlds.

Integrating both is a humongous and tedious process. It is not as simple as adding one social authentication app, and one local account registration app to your INSTALLED_APPS list.

This inadequacy is the reason for this project’s existence – to offer a fully integrated authentication app that allows for both local and social authentication, with flows that just work, beautifully !

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This project is sponsored by IntenCT. If you require assistance on your project(s), please contact us: info@intenct.nl.


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