Auth0 offers two ways to implement login authentication for your applications:
Universal Login where users log in to your application through a page hosted by Auth0.
Embedded Login where users log in to your application through a page you host.
For the vast majority of use cases, we recommend Universal Login. It's safe and easy to implement.
|Universal Login||What is Universal Login.|
|Universal vs. Embedded Login||What the differences are between Universal Login and Embedded Login.|
|Embedded Login||How Embedded Login works.|
|Cross-Origin Authentication||About the cross-origin authentication flow using third-party cookies.|
|Authentication||About adding login using different flows.|
|Authenticate Single-Page Apps with Cookies||How to use your backend server to authenticate a single-page app (SPA) with cookies.|
|Multi-factor Authentication||How multi-factor authentication (MFA) works in Auth0.|
|Silent Authentication||How to keep users logged in to your application using silent authentication.|
|Redirect After Login||How to redirect users to URLs after login.|
|Logout||How logging out works with Auth0.|
|Adopt OIDC Conformant Auth||What the OIDC-conformant application setting is and its effect on the authentication pipeline.|