solid-client-authn-browser is a library designed to authenticate web apps (in the browser) with Solid identity servers.
The main documentation is at the root of the repository.
will work in all commonly used browsers, except Internet Explorer. Additionally,
@inrupt/solid-client-authn-browser currently expects the Node.js
module. Webpack versions before version 5 used to add a polyfill for that by
default; if you do not use Webpack, or use version 5 or later, please install
events npm package as well.
solid-client-authn-browser is based on
However, the latter lacks some features that are necessary to provide the developer experience we specifically want for the Solid ecosystem, so we developed
oidc-client-ext to add these features.
Data access and permissions management - solid-client
@inrupt/solid-client allows developers to access data and manage permissions on data stored in Solid Pods.
Authentication - solid-client-authn
@inrupt/solid-client-authn allows developers to authenticate against a Solid server. This is necessary when the resources on your Pod are not public.
Vocabularies and interoperability - solid-common-vocab-rdf
@inrupt/solid-common-vocab-rdf allows developers to build interoperable apps by reusing well-known vocabularies. These libraries provide vocabulary terms as constants that you just have to import.
Issues & Help
Solid Community Forum
If you have questions about working with Solid or just want to share what you’re working on, visit the Solid forum. The Solid forum is a good place to meet the rest of the community.
Bugs and Feature Requests
- For public feedback, bug reports, and feature requests please file an issue via GitHub.
- For non-public feedback or support inquiries please use the Inrupt Service Desk.
solid-client-authn libraries are compatible with NSS 5.3.X and higher.