Hooks, Webtasks, and Extensibility PointsBeta
Hooks allow you to extend the Auth0 platform with custom code.
When using Database Connections, Hooks allow you to customize the behavior of Auth0 using Node.js code that executes against extensibility points (which are comparable to webhooks that come with a server). Hooks allow you modularity when configuring your Auth0 implementation, and extend the functionality of base Auth0 features.
Hooks are Webtasks associated with specific extensibility points of the Auth0 platform. When using Database Connections, Auth0 invokes the Hooks at runtime to execute custom logic.
Manage Hooks using:
- The Dashboard
- The Command-Line Interface
Use the Dashboard
Use the command-line interface
The command-line interface also offers you the ability to get logs on your Hooks usage.
Hooks allow you to customize the behavior of Auth0 with Node.js code, but they are executed only against selected extensibility points, which are the serverless option analogous to the webhooks that come with a server. The following is a list of currently available extensibility points:
- Credentials Exchange: change the scopes and add custom claims to the tokens issued by the Auth0 API's
- Pre-User Registration: prevent user registration and add custom metadata to a newly-created user
- Post-User Registration: implement custom actions that execute asynchronously from the Auth0 authentication process after a new user registers and is added to the database
If you are behind a firewall, this feature may require whitelisting of the appropriate Auth0 IP addresses to work properly.
Use the Webtask Editor to edit Hooks
Edit Hooks directly using the Webtask Editor. Please see the Webtask documentation for detailed information.