Lock v11 for Web
Auth0.swift is a client-side library for Auth0.
- iOS 9 or later
- Xcode 8
- Swift 3.0
If you are using Carthage, add the following lines to your
If you are using Cocoapods, add these lines to your
Adding Auth0 Credentials
You will need to add an
Auth0.plist file, containing your Auth0 client id and domain, to your main bundle. Here is an example of the file contents:
Web-based Auth (iOS Only)
First go to Auth0 Dashboard and go to application's settings. Make sure you have in Allowed PasswordlessCallback URLs a URL with the following format:
In your application's
Info.plist file register your iOS Bundle Identifier as a custom scheme like this:
Allow Auth0 to handle authentication callbacks. In your
AppDelegate.swift add the following:
1. Initializing Lock
Authenticate with Universal Login
The first step in adding authentication to your iOS application is to provide a way for your users to log in. The fastest, most secure, and most feature-rich way to do this with Auth0 is to use Single Sign-on (SSO)Universal Login.
2. Authenticating and Getting User Info
Authenticate with a specific Auth0 connection
connection option allows you to specify a connection that you wish to authenticate with. If no connection is specified here, the browser will show the login page, with all of the connections which are enabled for this application.
3. Showing Lock
Authenticate using a specific scope
Using scopes can allow you to return specific claims for specific fields in your request. Adding parameters to
scope will allow you to add more scopes. The default scope is
openid, and you should read our documentation on scopes for further details about them.
Getting user information
In order to retrieve a user's profile, you call the
userInfo method and pass it the user's
accessToken. Although the call returns a UserInfo instance, this is a basic OIDC conformant profile and the only guaranteed claim is the
sub which contains the user's id, but depending on the requested scope the claims returned may vary. You can also use the
sub value to call the Management API and return a full user profile.
Take a look at the following resources to see how the Auth0.Swift SDK can be customized for your needs: