logBee.Frontend is a user-interface application used by developers to visualize the captured errors, logs and other metrics data.

logBee.Frontend is generating the user-interface by consuming logBee.Backend REST endpoints.


logBee.Frontend uses a JSON Web Token (JWT) for authentication.

The authentication JWT must be signed with the value provided at $.Authorization.HS256Secret property from the logBee.json configuration file.

For the default value of $.Authorization.HS256Secret, you can use the following authentication JWT:

# $.Authorization.HS256Secret:
# 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000-00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

# Authentication token:

Creating the JWT

The authentication JWT can be created programmatically or online (using https://jwt.io/, for example).

Generating authentication JWT
logBee.Frontend login page

User name

Authenticated user name is used for display purposes only, and it can be specified in one of the following options:

  • at the end of the JWT, appended as @user_name

# Authentication token:
  • in the JWT payload using any of these claims: “emailAddress”, “email”, “preferred_username”, “name”


You can automate the login process by directly passing the Authentication token in the login url, using the token=value query string parameter.

# Authentication url:

Bookmarking this url will allow for a faster login process.

Azure Active Directory

If $.Authorization.AzureActiveDirectory is configured, you can login using the Azure Active Directory OAuth flow.

logBee.Frontend Azure Active Directory login option

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