Oso is a batteries-included framework for building authorization in your application.
With Oso, you can:
Our latest creation Oso Cloud makes authorization across services as easy as oso.authorize(user, action, resource). Learn about it.
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Oso's language libraries can be developed without touching the Rust core, but you will still need the Rust stable toolchain installed in order to build the core.
To build the WebAssembly core for the Node.js library, you will need to have
wasm-pack installed and available on your system PATH.
To work on a language library, you will need to meet the following version requirements:
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