Hi, you have come to the right place. We can help you achieve your use case by enabling Single Sign-on into your app using Laravel app credentials. You can use the miniOrange Laravel package which will provide you a user interface for complete setup and enable SSO in no time. You can configure any IDP (eg. miniOrange, okta, etc.) of your choice. The IDP will be Laravel in your case.
You can try the free connector by installing it easily using composer and using a command “composer require miniorange/saml-laravel-free” .
Check out the complete step by step guide to setup SSO with Laravel as IDP.
Contact us on info@xecurify for further information.
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