Feb 12, 2022
Feb 12, 2022
Usernames from social logins, a suite of frontend-accessible database integrations, Dropbox and Bitbucket social logins, BCrypt and Django password migrations
We now save usernames from social login providers that provide them through their OpenID connect flow. This includes:
The username is accessible in the
external_accounts section of the User object.
Clerk now has integrations with three different vendors who enable frontend developers to make database queries, including:
These vendors share an ethos with Clerk. We each believe in empowering frontend developers to do more on their own, without requiring the assistance of a backend developer.
Up next, we we will add Fauna to the suite.
This week, we added Dropbox and Bitbucket to our list of social login providers.
We're particularly excited to add Bitbucket, which rounds out the version control suite of Bitbucket, Gitlab, and Github.
Next, we plan to add Microsoft, Apple, and Notion.
Our API endpoint for migrating users now accepts both BCrypt and Django-style (pbkdf2-sha256) password digests.
Need to migrate a different password digest? Please contact support and we can add support in under 1 week.
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