This tutorial guides you through adding the ForgeRock Login Widget to your application in the modal or inline form factor.
You need to set up your ForgeRock Identity Cloud or AM instance with an authentication journey, and a demo user. To obtain access tokens, you also need to create an OAuth 2.0 client.
You may need to edit the CORS configuration on your server.
- Step 1. Install the widget
In this step, you use
npmto add the ForgeRock Login Widget to your project. It also covers how to download and build the ForgeRock Login Widget to support custom requirements.
- Step 2. Configure the CSS
In this step, you add the default CSS to your app, and learn how to use layers to control the CSS cascade.
- Step 3. Import the widget
In this step, you import the modules from the ForgeRock Login Widget you want to use in your app.
- Step 4. Configure the SDK
In this step, you provide the configuration necessary for the ForgeRock Login Widget to contact your server, such as which realm to use, and the server URL.
- Step 5. Instantiate the widget
In this step, you choose where in your app to mount the ForgeRock Login Widget, and then instantiate an instance, choosing either the inline or modal form factor.
- Step 6. Start a journey
In ths step, you start a journey so that the ForgeRock Login Widget can display the UI for the first callback.
- Step 7. Subscribe to events
In this step, you subscribe to observables to capture and react to events that occur during use of the ForgeRock Login Widget.