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OmniAuth Cronofy OAuth2 Strategy

Strategy to authenticate with Cronofy via OAuth2 in OmniAuth.

Contains strategies for both End User authorization and Service Account authorization.

Get your API accesss at: https://www.cronofy.com/developers

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'omniauth-cronofy'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install omniauth-cronofy

End User Authorization

Usage

Here's an example for adding the middleware to a Rails app in config/initializers/omniauth.rb:

Rails.application.config.middleware.use OmniAuth::Builder do

  provider :cronofy, ENV["CRONOFY_CLIENT_ID"], ENV["CRONOFY_CLIENT_SECRET"], {
    scope: "read_account list_calendars create_event"
  }

end

Then to auth with Cronofy you would navigate to /auth/cronofy.

Explicit Linking

Cronofy supports explicit linking of calendar accounts by passing a link_token to the auth flow. This strategy supports that token be passed as a query string parameter to the auth redirect.

/auth/cronofy?link_token=hga672376....

Avoid Linking

Cronofy supports to avoid profiles to be linked by passing an avoid_linking param with true value to the auth flow.

/auth/cronofy?avoid_linking=true

Provider Name

Cronofy allows the pre-selection of a calendar provider in the auth flow using the provider_name param with one of the documented values.

/auth/cronofy?provider_name=office365

Configuration

Configurable options

  • scope: A space-separated list of permissions you want to request for the end-user. See the API Authorization documentation for a full list of available permissions.

Auth Hash

  {
    :provider => "cronofy",
    :uid => "acc_382374827234",
    :info => {
      :email => "jo@company.com",
      :name => "Jo Smith"
    },
    :credentials => {
      :token => "token",
      :refresh_token => "another_token",
      :expires_at => 1424884727,
      :expires => true
    },
    :extra => {
      :raw_info => {
        :account_id = "acc_9324872847",
        :email => "jo@company.com",
        :name => "Jo Smith"
      }
    }
  }

Service Account Authorization

Usage

Service Accounts allow you to use one set of credentials to access an entire organizations calendar service. This works with Google Apps, Office 365 and Exchange.

This can be used alongside standard end-user auth.

Typical configuration.

Rails.application.config.middleware.use OmniAuth::Builder do

  provider :cronofy_service_account, ENV["CRONOFY_CLIENT_ID"], ENV["CRONOFY_CLIENT_SECRET"], {
    scope: "service_account/manage_accounts",
    delegated_scope: "read_account read_events create_event delete_event"
  }

end

Then to auth with Cronofy you would navigate to /auth/cronofy_service_account.

More information in Service Accounts documentation (link to follow).

Configuration

Configurable options

  • scope: A space-separated list of permissions you want to request for the service account. Doc link to follow.

  • delegated_scope : A space-separated list of permissions you wish to request on the end-user accounts controlled by the Service Account. See the API Authorization documentation for a full list of available permissions.

Auth Hash

  {
    :provider => "cronofy_service_account",
    :uid => "ser_382374827234",
    :info => {
      :common_name => "company.com",
      :domain => "company.com"
    },
    :credentials => {
      :token => "token",
      :refresh_token => "another_token",
      :expires_at => 1424884727,
      :expires => true
    },
    :extra => {
      :raw_info => {
        :sub = "ser_9324872847",
        :cronofy.service_account.domain => "company.com",
        :cronofy.type => "service_account"
      }
    }
  }

The info element may contain different elements, domain and/or email depending on the calendar service being integrated with. common_name is always returned.

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/[my-github-username]/omniauth-cronofy/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

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