Welcome to Auth Armor!
We are excited you are here! This series of getting started articles will help you get up and running with Auth Armor as a developer utilizing Auth Armor's APIs, tools and services.
Download the app
The first things first - download the Auth Armor Authenticator app. You can only create an account using the app. The links are below for iOS and Android:
Register for an account using the app
After you have downloaded the app, follow the instructions to setup your device and register an Auth Armor account.
Sign into the Developer Dashboard
Once you have an account setup on the app, head over to https://dashboard.autharmor.com - You don't need to visit the website from your phone. You can login from any device and your phone will get a push notification to approve the login. The dashboard best works on a non-mobile devices. When at the Dashboard, login with your username. Your device will get a push notification and you can login directly. Auth Armor websites use the same technology we offer for our own logins.
After you've logged into the Dashboard for the first time, you'll be asked to create an organization. You can have multiple projects under your organization and you can invite other team members to your organization.
After you've created an organization, you will be redirected to the project page and here is where you will create your first project! Click the + Add New Project tile, and you'll be asked for some project details.
- Name - This is what will show up in the app for your users to see. Pick a clear and easy to understand name here.
- Description - This is a friendly description for you. This description is not seen in the app, only in the developer dashboard.
- Logo - You can upload a logo or graphic with your project. This logo will show in the app
- Default Timeout - This is the default timeout setting for auth requests to this project.
After you create your project, you will see the project home page
This is how your project will look in the app, with your Logo and Project Name:
Now that you have your project created, let's go invite some users, including your self! Check out this article: