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Support mobile authentication via OAuth1 #47

ekryski opened this Issue Feb 8, 2016 · 1 comment


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ekryski commented Feb 8, 2016

Similar to #46.

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ekryski commented Nov 21, 2016

This is now supported via feathers-authentication-oauth1.

Simply register your passport token strategy for the provider (ie. TwitterTokenStrategy) instead of the regular strategy (as outlined in the example on that repo) and then make your call from the client like so:

  strategy: 'twitter-token',
  access_token: yourTwitterAccessToken
.then(response => {
  // you are now authenticated

  console.log('Your Feathers access token', response.accessToken);
.catch(error => {
  // handle error

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