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Sign up for a liblab account

To use liblab, you need a valid user account. All liblab users are part of an organization, and there are two roles that can be assigned to users - Admin and Member.

Administrators can use the liblab portal to manage their organization and the users who are members of that organization, and members can use the portal to manage their account, as well as use the liblab CLI to generate SDKs.

Organizations

An organization is a group of users who can share SDKs and docs.

When you first create a liblab account, an organization is created for you, and you are made the administrator of that organization. You can then add other users to your organization, and give them administrator privileges if you wish.

An organization is based off your email domain:

  • If you have a company email, the organization will be based off your company domain. For example, if you sign up with jim@exciting.soda then your organization will be called exciting.soda. Once the organization has been created, anyone else signing up with the same domain will automatically join that organization.
  • If you have a generic email, such as a gmail address, then your organization will be based off your email address. For example, if you sign up with exciting.boba@genericmail.com then your organization will be called exciting.boba. Once an organization has been created, additional users will need to be invited.

New users can be invited to join an organization. See the Organization and user administration documentation for details.

Members of the same organization can view and download all the SDKs and docs that have been generated by all members of that organization.

User roles

Users can have the Member or Admin role.

Member

Members can do the following from the portal:

They can also do the following from the liblab CLI:

Admin

Admins can perform the same tasks as members, but they can also do the following from the portal: