Device Authorization Flow
Deprecation and End Of Life
In an effort to keep the Auth0 platform stable and secure, we must occasionally modify or remove features and behaviors. These changes will sometimes result in a Breaking Change.
When we must introduce a Breaking Change, the process starts with the feature or behavior being Deprecated. At that time, we will also typically announce an End Of Life Date; however, in some cases, a feature will be Deprecated to prevent further adoption with an End Of Life Date to be determined later.
How it works
When we make an End Of Life announcement, we will also initiate a Migration to allow customers to prepare for the End Of Life Date.
Migrations will usually involve replacing the Deprecated behavior with substantially comparable functionality (although at times, we may elect to discontinue support for some functionality entirely) and modifying your application's code so that it can continue working with the new behavior. We will publish a migration guide, which will detail any action required and will help you determine the impact on your tenants. To ensure a smooth transition and avoid service disruption, we will also provide instructions on how to opt in to the new behavior prior to the End Of Life Date.
Whenever possible, we will provide at least a six-month migration window between the End Of Life announcement and the End Of Life Date. This time frame may be accelerated in cases of emergency, such as critical vulnerability remediation, or changes required to comply with applicable law or third-party certification standards. In these cases, Auth0 will provide as much prior notice as is reasonable under the circumstances. See our Self Service Terms of Service or your Enterprise Subscription Agreement for more information. See Migrations for a list of all Deprecations with active Migrations.