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// Below is a very simple and verbose PHP script that implements the Engage
// token URL processing and some popular Pro/Enterprise examples. The code below
// assumes you have the CURL HTTP fetching library with SSL.
// PATH_TO_API_KEY_FILE should contain a path to a plain text file containing
// only your API key. This file should exist in a path that can be read by your
// web server, but not publicly accessible to the Internet.
$janrain_api_key = trim(file_get_contents('PATH_TO_API_KEY_FILE'));
// Set this to true if your application is Pro or Enterprise.
$social_login_pro = false;
// Step 1: Extract token POST parameter
$token = $_POST['token'];
if ($token) {
// Step 2: Use the token to make the auth_info API call.
$post_data = array(
'token' => $token,
'apiKey' => $janrain_api_key,
'format' => 'json'
if ($social_login_pro) {
$post_data['extended'] = 'true';
$curl = curl_init();
$url = '';
$result = curl_helper_post($curl, $url, $post_data);
if ($result == false) {
curl_helper_error($curl, $url, $post_data);
// Step 3: Parse the JSON auth_info response
$auth_info = json_decode($result, true);
if ($auth_info['stat'] == 'ok') {
echo "\n auth_info:";
echo "\n"; var_dump($auth_info);
// Pro and Enterprise API examples
if ($social_login_pro) {
// Step 4: Your code goes here! Use the identifier in
// $auth_info['profile']['identifier'] as the unique key to sign the
// user into your system.
} else {
// Handle the auth_info error.
output('An error occurred', $auth_info);
output('result', $result);
} else {
echo 'No authentication token.';
$debug_out = ob_get_contents();
<title>Janrain Token URL Example</title>
<pre><?php echo $debug_out; ?></pre>