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Drop-in OIDC single-sign-on solution for PHP and Laravel projects.
Provide a low-impact way to integrate new and existing Laravel projects with a single-sign-on solution providing identities for users and software across an entire ecosystem of projects.
- Drop-in, almost zero-config solution.
- Integrates with existing Laravel user and authentication systems.
- Exposes core functionality in a framework-agnostic way to allow use outside of Laravel.
These documents generally reference Keycloak as the OpenID Connect (OIDC) provider, however it should ostensibly work with any provider.
Before submitting a PR, please run phan across your branch and ensure that no issues are reported:
$ composer analyze
If any issues are returned, please resolve the underlying issue(s). Do not just twist your code into a knot trying to work around the analysis. Any use of the suppression comments to suppress issues require a comment immediately preceeding explaining in detail why the code is provably correct. However, if there is any workaround besides disabling issue reporting the change will be sent back for further refinement.
After analysis, please ensure your changes follow the code formatting standards used in this project by running php-cs-fixer:
$ composer format