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node-relations - Entity relationship, role, and permissions API for Node.js


relations is a simple permissions API which uses a natural language approach. First, you'll create a context, which contains a list of roles which map to actions. Here we'll create a context called repos, to model Github repositories.

bu-section-editing - Advanced content editing workflow in WordPress through the use of section editing groups and permissions


Advanced content editing workflow in WordPress through the use of section editing groups and permissions. BU Section Editing provides advanced permissions for managing the editors on your website team. Create “section editing groups” and granularly control who can edit what content. Assign editors the new Section Editor role, and define what the group can edit with an innovative new interface for specifying any of your content – pages, posts, or any custom post types – right down to the single page or single post level.

udaru - Open source Access Manager for node.js


Udaru is a Policy Based Access Control (PBAC) authorization module. It supports Organizations, Teams and User entities that are used to build the access model. The policies attached to these entities define the 'Actions' that can be performed by an entity on various 'Resources'. See the Udaru website for complete documentation on Udaru.




Voters.js - Access control for node aplications


Minimalistic JS implementation of Symfony2 Voters mechanism. Voters are simple mechanism which allows you to manage users permissions inside code.

role-acl - Role based access control using actions, attributes and conditions


Many RBAC (Role-Based Access Control) implementations differ, but the basics is widely adopted since it simulates real life role (job) assignments. But while data is getting more and more complex; you need to define policies on resources, subjects or even environments. This is called ABAC (Attribute-Based Access Control). With the idea of merging the best features of the two (see this NIST paper); this library implements RBAC basics and also focuses on resource, action attributes and conditions.