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Interact with the Patreon API via OAuth.

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This library is not maintained at the moment, and its not certain whether it will return to a maintained status and if so, when. So if you want to use this lib, forking it and adapting it to your needs would be the best option.

Step 1. Get your client_id and client_secret

Visit the Patreon Platform Page while logged in as a Patreon creator to register your client.

This will provide you with a client_id and a client_secret.

Step 2. Use this library

For the Log In with Patreon flow

import com.github.jasminb.jsonapi.JSONAPIDocument;
import com.patreon.PatreonAPI;
import com.patreon.PatreonOAuth;
import com.patreon.PatreonOAuth;
import com.patreon.resources.User;
import com.patreon.resources.Pledge;


String clientId = null; // Get this when you set up your client
String clientSecret = null; // Get this when you set up your client
String redirectUri = null; // Provide this to set up your client

String code = null; // Get this from the query parameter `code`

PatreonOAuth oauthClient = new PatreonOAuth(clientId, clientSecret, redirectUri);
PatreonOAuth.TokensResponse tokens = oauthClient.getTokens(code);
//Store the refresh TokensResponse in your data store
String accessToken = tokens.getAccessToken();

PatreonAPI apiClient = new PatreonAPI(accessToken);
JSONAPIDocument<User> userResponse = apiClient.fetchUser();
User user = userResponse.get();
List<Pledge> pledges = user.getPledges()
if (pledges != null && pledges.size() > 0) {
    Pledge pledge = pledges.get(0);
// You should save the user's PatreonOAuth.TokensResponse in your database
// (for refreshing their Patreon data whenever you like),
// along with any relevant user info or pledge info you want to store.