Hello, I’m evaluating how to integrate Auth0 into our product suite. Our first priority is a Windows WPF desktop program, which seems unfortunate as I have been trawling through the forums and documentation on how to proceed, but there is little information related to desktop programs. As others have posted, the WPF login behaviour is to popup a Window containing Lock and there is no way to control the position or size of the Window. The effect is amateurish and jarring and unsuitable for production. I can’t find any clues in the source code (which doesn’t match the library) or the public properties of any classes involved that allows me to alter the behaviour.
Is there a way of integrating the login UI and process more closely into a WPF app? For example, could I embed the Lock control inside a browser control inside a control to make it feel like a part of the program? Or can I at least get a handle to the floating Window to control it?
Any guidance on this would be greatly appreciated, as it’s make-or-break in the evaluation process. I only have bare basic experience with Auth0 but I have decades of general development experience, so please use auth0 related jargon with care until I become more familiar with the framework.