Category : oauth-2.0

I’m building a browser app that requires to authenticate with Google using the OAuth 2.0 / JWT workflow outlined in the link. Google OAuth 2.0 OAuth response is like this: { "clientId": "xxx…apps.googleusercontent.com", "credential": "yyy…123…zzz", "select_by": "user" } I have a client_id. I’m using the NodeJS + JS. How can I provide the app with ..

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I am using Amazon Cognito User Pools as Identity Provider and access management in Web Application (react) and have no plans to use Social IDP or other external IDP. Amazon Cognito User pools will provide user details, attributes and groups. I am planning to use for the Groups for the authorisation. If I use Amplify ..

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For a web app I need to list all events of a user calendar, I checked the google documentation and found this piece of code : const fs = require(‘fs’); const readline = require(‘readline’); const { google } = require(‘googleapis’); // If modifying these scopes, delete token.json. const SCOPES = [‘https://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar.readonly’]; // The file token.json ..

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I am following https://spring.io/guides/tutorials/spring-boot-oauth2/ and reference to source code is https://github.com/spring-guides/tut-spring-boot-oauth2/tree/main/click. But you don’t need to understand the full code. I have one basic question. Basically whenever I am loading the page the callback method in $.get("/user", function(data) { is not always hitting. What does the $.get("/user") – refers to. Isn’t it mean hitting the ..

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When my window loads I run the following code: gapi.load("client:auth2", () => { gapi.auth2.init({ client_id: "MY_CLIENT_ID.apps.googleusercontent.com" }); }); After the initialization completes and after the user clicks a sign-in button, I run the following code: gapi.auth2.getAuthInstance() .signIn({ scope: "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/youtube.force-ssl" }) .then((res) => { console.log("Sign-in successful"); console.log(res); }) .catch((err) => { console.error("Error signing in"); console.error(err); }) ..

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