Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with
or
.
Download ZIP
Integrate HttpFoundation into your oauth2-server library
PHP
Branch: develop

README.md

oauth2-server-httpfoundation-bridge

A bridge to HttpFoundation for oauth2-server-php.

Build Status

oauth2-server-httpfoundation-bridge is a wrapper for oauth2-server-php which returns Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response instead of OAuth2\Response, and uses Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request instead of OAuth2\Request.

If you are integrating OAuth2 into a Silex, Symfony, or Laravel 4 app, (or any app using HttpFoundation), this will make your application much cleaner

Installation

Composer is the best way to install this library. Add this line to composer.json:

{
    "require": {
        "bshaffer/oauth2-server-httpfoundation-bridge": "v1.0",
        ...
    },
    ...
}

And then run composer.phar install

Match tags with the oauth2-server-php library when possible. v1.1 is the latest tag.

Creating the request

Creating the request object is the same as before, except now you use the OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Request class:

$request = OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Request::createFromGlobals();
$app->run($request);

The Request object is now compatible with both HttpFoundation and oauth2-server-php

// getBaseUrl is unique to HttpFoundation
$baseUrl = $request->getBaseUrl();

// call oauth server
$server->grantAccessToken($request);

If the HttpFoundation request already exists, you can use the static createFromRequest function to build the OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Request instance:

use OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Request as BridgeRequest;

// in your controller layer, the $request object is passed in
public function execute(Request $request)
{
    //... (instantiate server/response objects)
    $bridgeRequest = BridgeRequest::createFromRequest($request);
    $server->grantAccessToken($bridgeRequest, $response);
}

Creating the response

The OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Response object extends Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\JsonResponse, and implements OAuth2\ResponseInterface, allowing you to pass this in and return it from your controllers. In Symfony and Silex, this will be all that is needed to integrate the server:

use OAuth2\HttpFoundationBridge\Response as BridgeResponse;

// in your controller layer, the $request object is passed in
public function execute(Request $request)
{
    //... (instantiate server/response objects)
    $response = new BridgeResponse();
    return $server->handleTokenRequest($request, $response);
}

Note: this object will return JSON. Implement your own class using OAuth2\ResponseInterface to support a different content-type.

Examples

Contact

Please contact Brent Shaffer (bshafs gmail com) for more information

Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.