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Spring Authorization Server
The project will start in Spring’s experimental projects as an independent project so that it can evolve more rapidly.
The ultimate goal of this project is to replace the Authorization Server support provided by Spring Security OAuth.
With the much needed help from our community, this project will grow in the same way that the original Spring Security OAuth project did.
This project uses ZenHub to prioritize the feature roadmap and help organize the project plan. The project board can be accessed here. It is recommended to install the ZenHub browser extension as it integrates natively within GitHub’s user interface.
The completed and upcoming feature list can be viewed in the wiki.
The first place to start is to read the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework to gain an in-depth understanding on how to build an Authorization Server. It is a critically important first step as the implementation must conform to the specification defined in the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework and the related specifications.
The second place to start is to become very familiar with the codebase in the following Spring Security modules:
A significant amount of effort was put into developing the Next Generation OAuth 2.0 Support in Spring Security. The goal is to leverage all the knowledge learned thus far and apply the same to the development of Spring Authorization Server.
Submitted work via pull requests should follow the same coding style/conventions and adopt the same or similar design patterns that have been established in Spring Security’s OAuth 2.0 support.
Code of Conduct
See downloading Spring artifacts for Maven repository information.
Building from Source
Spring Authorization Server uses a Gradle-based build system.
In the instructions below,
./gradlew is invoked from the root of the source tree and serves as
a cross-platform, self-contained bootstrap mechanism for the build.
Be sure that your
JAVA_HOME environment variable points to the
jdk1.8.0 folder extracted from the JDK download.
Check out sources
git clone email@example.com:spring-projects-experimental/spring-authorization-server.git
Install all spring-\* jars into your local Maven cache
Compile and test; build all jars, distribution zips, and docs
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Spring Authorization Server is Open Source software released under the Apache 2.0 license.