OAuth.name FAQ

This FAQ provides answers to basic questions about OAuth.name.

We keep evolving and adding new features, so this document may contain outdated information. We expect to finish updating the FAQ and other documents within a few months.

Q. What is OAuth.name?

OAuth.name is a free service that allows developers to seamlessly integrate Telegram SSO into their web applications. This enables users to sign in to their web applications using their existing Telegram accounts, eliminating the need to create and manage new usernames and passwords.

Q. How does OAuth.name work?

OAuth.name uses Telegram-like standard that allows users to grant third-party applications access to their personal information without sharing their passwords. When a user signs in to a web application using OAuth.name, they are redirected to Telegram to authenticate themselves. Once they have authenticated, they are redirected back to the web application with an access token that allows the application to access their Telegram data.

Q. What are the benefits of using OAuth.name?

There are several benefits to using OAuth.name for your web applications:

  • Seamless sign-in: OAuth.name eliminates the need for users to create and manage new usernames and passwords, which can be a hassle.

  • Improved security: OAuth.name uses Telegram's secure and verified platform, so using OAuth.name for SSO ensures that your users' login credentials are protected.

  • Increased user base: By enabling Telegram SSO, you can tap into Telegram's large and active user base. This can help you attract new users and grow your web application's user base.

  • Reduced development time: OAuth.name's simple integration process allows you to add Telegram SSO to your web application quickly and easily.

  • Cost-effective solution: OAuth.name is a free service, so you don't have to worry about any additional costs associated with integrating Telegram SSO into your web application.

Q. What is the difference between OAuth.name and traditional password-based authentication?

Traditional password-based authentication is susceptible to phishing attacks and data breaches. OAuth.name, on the other hand, is more secure because it does not require users to share their passwords.

Q. Is OAuth.name safe?

Yes, OAuth.name is a very safe and secure service. It uses industry-standard security practices to protect your users' data.

Q. How can I integrate OAuth.name into my web application?

OAuth.name provides comprehensive documentation and code samples to help you integrate Telegram SSO into your web application.

Q. What are the system requirements for using OAuth.name?

OAuth.name is compatible with most web applications. You will need to have a web server that can run any backend-language and a Telegram account.

Q. What is the support policy for OAuth.name?

OAuth.name provides documentation and code samples to help you with any questions you may have. You can also contact us directly for support.

Q. What is the future of OAuth.name?

We are constantly working to improve OAuth.name and add new features.

Q. Where can I learn more about OAuth.name?

You can visit our website at https://oauth.name or follow us on X (Twitter) at @OAuth_name.

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