Already having an application and don’t want to start from scratch?
Head over to the Corbado Connect solution and learn how to integrate Corbado in an existing application.

Fast Track in < 10 Minutes

In 4 simple steps to your first project setup.

1

Sign up to Corbado

Sign up to the Corbado developer panel.

Developer panel signup

After successful account creation, the Corbado developer panel opens and you can create a new project.

2

Create a new project

To create a new project, click on ”Create new Project“.

Developer panel project selection

Next, a project setup wizard will guide you step by step through the process of setting up the new project.

3

Set up the Project

For integrating Corbado into a new app, it’s recommended to use following settings:

Wizard settings

Next, you can configure the project type and the framework you use.

Depending on the framework you choose in the project setup wizard, you can find detailed integration guides based on your choice here.

After you’ve successfully set up your project, you should see the following screen:

Developer panel project selection

4

Test your setup

The default settings allow you to test your setup directly in the preview.
Click the “Preview” button at the top or navigate to
<project ID>.preview.corbado.io, and a new tab will open with the UI components already built into an example page applying your configuration.

Dev panel preview

Framework-specific Integration Guides

Here, you can find instructions for integrating Corbado into your application based on your chosen framework during the project setup.

This step is also described when setting up a new project in the developer panel.

Didn’t find your framework?
If your project supports JavaScript, you can always use the VanillaJS UI components, regardless of your tech stack (e.g. in projects based on PHP, Python, etc.).

Configuration

In order to provide an optimal user experience, Corbado offers a wide range of configurations that can be adjusted both within the developer panel and directly within the code of the UI components.

In the following chapter, you find all the information about the project configuration.