Based on the concept of web-based Heroku user management not belonging in the API over the long-term, Identity pulls session-based authentication out of API and provides a drop-in replacement for the Heroku OAuth API that OAuth clients can use instead.
OAuth session management is achieved by a "meta-OAuth" provider implementation. Identity first authorizes itself to get access to a user's account, then authorizes other consumers that use it as a target by proxying calls to the API (but using only the JSON authentication APIs). The one caveat here is that Identity must have the
can_manage_authorizations flag set for it in API.
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bundle install cp .env.sample .env # And then edit it foreman start # check localhost:5000
- Install docker toolbox (includes virtualbox) from https://www.docker.com/toolbox
git clone https://github.com/heroku/identity.git docker-compose up curl -i http://$(boot2docker ip):5000
heroku config:add COOKIE_ENCRYPTION_KEY=... heroku config:add DASHBOARD_URL="https://dashboard.heroku.com" heroku config:add HEROKU_API_URL="https://api.heroku.com" heroku config:add SIGNUP_URL="https://signup.heroku.com" heroku config:add HEROKU_OAUTH_ID=... heroku config:add HEROKU_OAUTH_SECRET=... git push heroku master
Your OAuth client will also need to be able to manage authorizations, which is set by an internal flag.
docker-compose run identity bundle exec rake ## Platform Apps * `id-production` (production) * `id-staging` (staging)