Client Credentials Grant Type in OAuth

The Client Credentials grant type is used by applications/services to obtain an access token outside of the context of a user.It is used when applications request an access token to access their own resources, not on behalf of a user. Example you have 2 APIs one for maintaining the users and one for sending notifications … Continue reading Client Credentials Grant Type in OAuth

Implicit Grant Type in OAuth

In an Implicit Grant Type, client requests access token directly, without the need for an Authorization Code which was a step in Authorization Code flow Therefore the word "implicit" comes from the implicit authorization which we get from the from the /authorize endpoint, instead of exchanging auth code for token from /token endpointThe Implicit grant … Continue reading Implicit Grant Type in OAuth