Omniauth + Rails example application
A Rails 3.2 application with OmniAuth 1.0, configured to authenticate out-of-box with the following providers:
- Google (OAuth 2)
- YouTube (OAuth 2)
- 'Developer' (testing)
(Up-to-date as of May 15, 2012)
A demo of the app online: http://omniauth-rails-app.herokuapp.com
We've registered and included config keys for sandbox applications so that this reference app Just Works™, but you will want to register your own API keys on various services for use in a production app.
API keys and secrets go in config/oauth.yml and are loaded and configured in config/initializers/omniauth.rb
To setup the app:
gem install bundler bundle install bundle exec rake db:setup bundle exec rails server
Then visit /auth/:provider URL to authenticate, like:
For documentation, API information and configuration options for each provider, check out the relevant gems:
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