Flutter Liferay OAuth 2.0
A Flutter OAuth package for performing Liferay login using OAuth2 standard to access Liferay DXP JAX-RS service. Forked from Earlybyte.aad_oauth.
More info on Liferay/Oauth2
Create a Liferay JAX-RS service and configure OAUTH 2.0 by following these instructions
In the flutter app, initialize:
final Config config = new Config( "LIFERAY SERVER", "REDIRECT_URL", "CLIENT_ID" "CLIENT_SECRET"); final LiferayOAuth oauth = new LiferayOAuth(config);
This allows you to pass in an Liferay Server, Redirect Url, client ID, Client secret and few more optional params.
If your service require to pass an oauth2 scope, the config allows for an optional param 'scope'. For more on OAuth2 Scopes
Then once you have an OAuth instance, you can call
login() and afterwards
retrieve an access token and pass it to the rest client:
await oauth.login(); String accessToken = await oauth.getAccessToken();
You can also call
getAccessToken() directly. It will automatically login and retrieve an access token.
Tokens are cached in-memory. To destroy the tokens you can call
Add the following to your pubspec.yaml dependencies:
dependencies: flutter_liferay_oauth: "^0.1.2"
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