jaguar_oauth 2.1.1

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OAuth interceptors for Jaguar.

JaguarOauth2 provides an easy way to initiate an OAuth2 authorization request and handle the authorization response callback.


@Api(path: '/auth')
class AuthRoutes {
  /// Route that initiates the OAuth2 authorization request by redirecting to
  /// authorization endpoint
  @Get(path: '/fb/authreq')
  Response<Uri> fbAuthReq(ctx) => facebook.initiateRequest(ctx);

  /// Route that handles OAuth2 authorization response callback
  @Get(path: '/fb/authorized', mimeType: 'application/json')
  Future<String> fbAuthorized(Context ctx) async {
    // Get the [Client] from authorization response callback
    oauth2.Client client = await facebook.handleResponse(ctx);
    // Use Facebook OAuth2 APIs
    final resp = await client.get('');
    return resp.body;

  /// Facebook OAuth2 configuration
  JaguarOauth2 get facebook => new JaguarOauth2(
      key: fbOauthKey,
      secret: fbOauthSecret,
      authorizationEndpoint: '',
      tokenEndpoint: '',
      callback: baseUrl + '/api/auth/fb/authorized',
      scopes: ['email']);

Example usage outside Jaguar routes

main(List<String> args) async {
  // Create the OAuth2 config
  final config = new JaguarOauth2(
      key: fbOauthKey, // Facebook OAuth key
      secret: fbOauthSecret, // Facebook OAuth secret
      authorizationEndpoint: '',
      tokenEndpoint: '',
      callback: 'http://localhost:5555/api/auth/fb/login/authorized',
      scopes: ['email']);

  // Print the authorization url
  print('Authorization url: ');

  print('Open the authorization URL in the browser.');
  print('Get the response code from Facebook.');

  // Get the response code
  stdout.write('Enter the code: ');
  String code = stdin.readLineSync();

  // Get HTTP [Client] from authorization response
  final Client client = await config.handleResponseWithParam({'code': code});

  // Fetch user profile
  final resp = await client.get('');



  • Moved to Jaguar 0.6.x
  • Helper functions rather than Interceptors

Use this package as a library

1. Depend on it

Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:

  jaguar_oauth: ^2.1.1

2. Install it

You can install packages from the command line:

with pub:

$ pub get

Alternatively, your editor might support pub get. Check the docs for your editor to learn more.

3. Import it

Now in your Dart code, you can use:

import 'package:jaguar_oauth/jaguar_oauth.dart';
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2.1.1 May 20, 2018 Go to the documentation of jaguar_oauth 2.1.1 Download jaguar_oauth 2.1.1 archive
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