Auth0 Shiny proxy with user authentication and authorization
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README.md

Auth0 + Shiny proxy

This server proxies a shiny instance protecting it with Auth0

#Running the proxy In order to run this proxy you need to have npm and nodejs installed.

You also need to set the ClientSecret, ClientId, Domain, Callback and groups claim for your Auth0 app as environment variables with the following names respectively: AUTH0_CLIENT_SECRET, AUTH0_CLIENT_ID, AUTH0_DOMAIN, AUTH0_CALLBACK_URL and AUTH0_GROUPS_CLAIM.

For that, if you just create a file named .env in the directory and set the values like the following, the app will just work:

# .env file
AUTH0_CLIENT_SECRET=myCoolSecret
AUTH0_CLIENT_ID=myCoolClientId
AUTH0_DOMAIN=myCoolDomain
AUTH0_CALLBACK_URL=https://my.url.com/
AUTH0_GROUPS_CLAIM=https://my.url.com/claims
COOKIE_SECRET=somethingRandomHerePlease
SHINY_HOST=localhost
SHINY_PORT=3838
SHINY_ADMIN_PORT=4151
PORT=3000

Once you've set those environment variables, just run npm start and try calling http://localhost:3000/