Git Integration

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Learn how to integrate with your Git provider to automatically authenticate their Environments.

The Git Integration allows your developers to connect their Coder accounts to their accounts with the Git repository service of choice.


Currently, Coder supports the following providers:

  • GitHub (both and GitHub Enterprise)
  • GitLab (both and self-hosted GitLab)
  • Bitbucket Server (not Bitbucket Cloud; the Cloud API doesn't support managing SSH keys for users via OAuth)

Configure Git Integration

Configuring OAuth

Before developers can link their accounts, you (or another site manager) must create an OAuth application with the appropriate providers. When registering, you'll be asked for the following details related to your Coder deployment.


When creating an OAuth app, GitHub will ask you for the following Coder parameters:

  • Homepage URL: Set to [your-coder-domain] (e.g.
  • User Authorization Callback URL: Set to [your-coder-domain]/oauth/callback (e.g.


When setting up OAuth with GitLab, you'll have to provide the following during setup:

  • Redirect URI: Set to [your-coder-domain]/oauth/callback (e.g.

You can modify the settings for your application afterward. Make sure you've enabled the following:

  • Confidential: Check this option
  • API (scope): Check this option

Bitbucket Server

On your Bitbucket Server, go to Administration > Application Links.

Create a new Application Link, setting the Application URL as [your-coder-domain] (e.g. If you receive a No response received error, click Continue to ignore it.

For your newly created Application Link, provide the following values as your Incoming Authentication properties:

  • Consumer Key: Coder
  • Consumer Name: Coder
  • Public Key: Your public key (available from the Coder Admin Configuration page)

When done, click Save.

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