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Centralized IAM module for moleculer. Including a certified OIDC provider and an Identity provider for user profile, credentials, and custom claims management feature. Custom claims could be defined/updated by declarative schema which contains claims validation and migration strategy. Also including default interaction React.js application for login/logout/registration and other OP interactions, and the account management React.js application.
Project Architecture Diagram


  • Identity Provider
    • based on RDBMS
    • declarative claims schema definition for validation
    • dynamic update for claims schema and scope
    • versioned claims with robust claims schema migration support
    • each identities are cached as JSON value for performance
    • support complex query for fetching identity
    • basic OpenID claims battery included
    • ready for distributed system
  • OpenID Connect Provider
    • based on panva/node-oidc-provider
    • OpenID certified library
    • ready for basic interactions for below react app
    • federation presets for google and facebook, kakaotalk based on passport, also extendable
    • support i18n; for now ko-KR, en-US
  • Moleculer integrated actions and events
    • manage IDP claims schema and identity
    • manage OP client and other models
  • React App for OP interaction rendering
    • based on react-native-ui-kitten and react-navigation
    • session based
    • support i18n; for now ko-KR, en-US
    • support login/logout/register/findEmail/resetPassword/verifyEmail/verifyPhone/consent
    • support theming and various customization option without rebuild from server configuration
    • this whole app can be replaced to custom one from server configuration


OpenID Connect Provider and React web application


Dynamically define claims schema


Internal moleculer service actions

╟ action │Params
║ iam.client.count │ where
║ iam.client.create │ client_id, client_name, client_secret, client_uri, logo_uri, policy_uri, ...
║ iam.client.delete │ id
║ iam.client.find │ id
║ iam.client.get │ where, offset, limit
║ iam.client.update │ client_id, client_name, reset_client_secret, client_secret, client_uri, logo
║ iam.id.count │ where
║ iam.id.create │ scope, metadata, claims, credentials
║ iam.id.delete │ id, permanently
║ iam.id.find │ id, email, phone_number, where, scope
║ iam.id.get │ where, offset, limit, scope
║ iam.id.refresh │ id, where
║ iam.id.restore │ id
║ iam.id.update │ id, scope, claims, metadata, credentials
║ iam.id.validate │ id, scope, claims, credenti
║ iam.id.validateCredentials │ password
║ iam.model.count │ kind, where
║ iam.model.delete │ kind, where, offset, limit
║ iam.model.get │ kind, where, offset, limit
║ iam.schema.define │ scope, key, description, unique, immutable, validation, migration, parentVersion, ...
║ iam.schema.find │ key, version, active
║ iam.schema.get │ scope, key, version, active


1. Documents

2. Examples

3. Quick Start

yarn add moleculer-iam



  • yarn build-all

1. moleculer-iam

OIDC Provider + IDP + Moleculer service

  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam dev [example=simple] - Start development with ./examples (nodemon with ts-node)
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam lint - Run TSLint
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam build- Transpile ts to js
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam deps- Update dependencies
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam test - Run tests & generate coverage report
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam test --watch - Watch and run tests

2. moleculer-iam-app

React Application for OIDC interactions with browser

  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam-app dev - Start Server Application development (webpack)
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam-app build- Transpile client-side ts/tsx to js
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam-app build-server- Transpile server-side ts to js
  • yarn workspace moleculer-iam-app test - Run tests


Please send pull requests improving the usage and fixing bugs, improving documentation and providing better examples, or providing some testing, because these things are important.


The project is available under the MIT license.


Copyright (c) 2019 QMIT Inc.
Last modified 3yr ago