Creating an App on cidaas

cidaas lets you create an application for your enterprise and implement a specific feature or advanced setting in the Administrator UI.

The different types of apps you can create on cidaas include:

App Type Description
Android An Android Mobile App runs on a handheld device (phone, tablet, e-reader, iPod, etc.) than can connect to Wi-Fi or a wireless carrier network and has an operating system that supports standalone software.
iOS An application for the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, all of which use Apple's iOS operating system.
Windows Based on the Windows CE kernel, the Windows suite of basic applications is developed with the Microsoft Windows API, and is designed to have features and appearance somewhat similar to desktop versions of Windows.
Single Page A single-page application is a web application or website that interacts with the user by dynamically rewriting the current web page with new data from the web server, instead of the default method of a web browser loading entire new pages.
Regular WebApp A website that is designed to be accessible on all mobile devices such that the content gets fit as per the device screen. It is designed using a web technology stack (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, etc.) and operates via a browser.
Non-Interactive Client An application that runs on the backend and do not have a user interface. It gets full administrative access to all resources on the tenant. it's not possible to make requests in the context of a user.

Steps to create an App

On the cidaas administrator interface, follow these steps to create an app.

1. Navigate to the cidaas Administrator dashboard -> Apps -> App Settings.

2. Click on the Create New App button.

3. Enter a unique app name and select the App type based on the type you want to create. Then, click on the Next button.

4. Under App Settings, select the scopes based on which your users will be authenticated on your app like email, openid, profile, etc.

5. Next, select the Hosted Page Group value(s) from the dropdown list (optional). Otherwise, the value default is selected.

6. Provide the Redirect URLs and Allow Logout URLs links in the respective textboxes. Redirect URL is the landing page where your user will be redirected to after a successful authentication. The user can specify multiple valid URLs here, separated by whitespaces (to handle different environments such as QA or testing).

The Logout URL is the location of the landing page for user logout.

Then, click on the Next button to continue.

7. Under Company Details, type in the details for Company Name, Company Address, and Website URL. You could also provide the values for other optional fields based on your requirement. You can also configure the URL for Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies which will appear automatically on the business app's registration/login page. Finally, click on the Submit button.

A success confirmation window appears when you click on the Submit button indicating that the application is created successfully.

8. Once the App is created, it appears in the Apps List under App Settings.

Congratulations! You're now ready to use your new application that has been integrated with cidaas' IAM services.

If you have any questions or face any issues while creating an app, please contact our support team for further assistance.

We'll be happy to help. Thank you!



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