Customizing views

Kyle Lamy edited this page Aug 27, 2015 · 5 revisions

To customize the views that doorkeeper uses, you have to generate them into your app.

rails generate doorkeeper:views

This will copy all the views to app/views/doorkeeper.

Doorkeeper looks first for its views in that subfolder, and if not found it will fall back to its default.

Overriding layouts

To use your own layouts you can override each layout separately:

In config/application.rb, add:

config.to_prepare do
  # Only Applications list
  Doorkeeper::ApplicationsController.layout "my_layout"

  # Only Authorization endpoint
  Doorkeeper::AuthorizationsController.layout "my_layout"

  # Only Authorized Applications
  Doorkeeper::AuthorizedApplicationsController.layout "my_layout"

Using helpers

Since doorkeeper is an isolated engine, you'll have to prefix main_app in all routes and helpers that belong to your application:

<% if main_app.user_signed_in? %>
  <%= link_to "Sign Out", main_app.destroy_user_session_path, :method => 'delete' %>
<% else %>
  <%= link_to "Sign In", main_app.new_user_session_path %>
<% end %>

If you need access to your ApplicationHelper methods, you can include them in config/application.rb:

config.to_prepare do

  # include only the ApplicationHelper module
  Doorkeeper::ApplicationController.helper ApplicationHelper

  # include all helpers from your application
  Doorkeeper::ApplicationController.helper YourApp::Application.helpers

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