Introducing Streamlit-Keycloak: A component for user authentication and single sign-on in your app using Keycloak

Streamlit Keycloak

Keycloak user authentication and single sign-on inside your Streamlit app
Keycloak is an open-source access and identity management tool.


pip install streamlit-keycloak


Provide the URL to your Keycloak server, the realm and client and the component will perform the authentication when the app is rendered. First it will attempt to silently authenticate using single sign-on. If this fails, a dialog will appear from which you can open a popup to the Keycloak login page.

When authentication is successful, the component returns a dataclass containing the authentication state, an access token, which can be used to access other restricted resources, a refresh token and a user info object, containing e.g. the username and group memberships. If your configuration provides refresh tokens, the access token can be automatically refreshed when it expires.

So far the component has not been tested in a wide variety of environments. So if you’re also using Keycloak and would benefit from less logging in and easy access to tokens, give this a go and share your experience. Feedback is always welcome.

Frontend authentication like this can only be done with clients that have their access type set to ‘public’ as their is no way to securely provide the client secret from the browser.

edit: The component now provides more user feedback. Logging in via SSO proceeds silently as normal, but if credentials are required, you can open the login popup through a button click to keep the popup blockers happy. Error messages are now also shown and there are localization options should you want to modify any text.


from streamlit_keycloak import login
import streamlit as st

def main():
    st.subheader(f"Welcome {keycloak.user_info['preferred_username']}!")
    st.write(f"Here is your OAuth2 token: {keycloak.access_token}")

st.title("Streamlit Keycloak example")
keycloak = login(

if keycloak.authenticated:

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Many thanks to the authors of the streamlit-auth0 and auth0-spa-js packages for inspiring a large part of the approach.

And thanks to @93degree for the Svelte component template, which is awesome.

edits: updated instructions
edit 4: it’s now a Svelte component


Wow, nice! I’m looking at streamlit - Keycloak authentication currently too. And this looks really cool, will try later for sure.

Just 1 question, is there a way to get user data from keycloak too besides just a token? Like, groups, tags, id, etc.

Edit: sry, my bad, didn’t note user info above. That answers my question.

Great job! :balloon: it does seem that more and more people are interested in the authentication side of Streamlit!

Feel free to add it to the Components Tracker: Streamlit Components - Community Tracker so we don’t lose track of it!

Have a nice day!

Thanks Fanilo, will do!

@bleumink hmm, could you help a bit? Which client config is required on Keycloak side? I can’t get it to work with your example (adjusted link to keycloak + created openid client with default settings on keycloak side - used that client id in your example). It just looks like it timeouts.