This is the official OmniAuth strategy for authenticating to Singly. To use it, you'll need to sign up for an OAuth2 Application ID and Secret on the Singly Applications Page.
Rails.application.config.middleware.use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :singly, ENV['SINGLY_ID'], ENV['SINGLY_SECRET'] end
use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :singly, ENV['SINGLY_ID'], ENV['SINGLY_SECRET'] end
You can authorize many services through Singly. Link to
To see what services are supported, check the Service Overview.
Connecting multiple profiles
To connect a second (or Nth) profile to an existing account, include the user's
access_token in the auth URL. Use this when, for example, the user has
logged in with Facebook and wants to also connect Twitter. If an
is not included, no profile merging will ever take place—either a new account
will be created or the user will log in to an existing account.
For more details, see the authorization documentation.
Custome scopes can be passed through Singly to a service via the
For more details, see the authorization documentation. To see what scopes are available, check the documentation for the service you're using.
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