Most of the code was adapted from sinatra_warden.
Currently padrino-warden uses +password+ as default authentication strategy. If you wish to change that consult Warden.
class SampleApp < Padrino::Application register Padrino::Warden class User attr_reader :name def initialize(name) @name=name end def self.authenticate(a, b) return User.new('john') end end Warden::Strategies.add(:password) do def valid? params["email"] || params["password"] end def authenticate! u = User.authenticate(params["email"], params["password"]) u.nil? ? fail!("Could not log in") : success!(u) end end Warden::Manager.serialize_into_session do |user| user.id end Warden::Manager.serialize_from_session do |id| User.get(id) end end
Run this to see your new routes:
$ padrino rake routes
You can now login at http://localhost/sessions/login
After login you can fiddle with current_user for anything you need.
padrino-warden can be used across multiple apps in one project. You need to have one UserApp which handles logins and logouts.
Add this to your UserApp(/user):
This will mount the sessions controller on it:
Configure warden globally within config/apps.rb. Don't forget to tell warden about the UserApp:
Padrino.configure_apps do ... set :warden_failure_app, UserApp end
Your UserApp needs to be mounted first in Padrino! Cascading routes from the UserApp can cause exceptions, so don't use an app mounted to the root path ('/') as UserApp.
Overriding warden manager defaults
class SampleApp < Padrino::Application register Padrino::Warden Warden::Strategies.add(:token) do def valid? params["token"] end def authenticate! ... end end set :warden_config do |manager| manager.scope_defaults :api, strategies: [:token], store: false end end
Note on Patches/Pull Requests
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
- Commit, do not mess with rakefile, version, or history. (if you want to have your own version, that is fine but bump version in a commit by itself I can ignore when I pull)
- Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
- Dotan Nahum (http://github.com/jondot)
Copyright (c) 2010 Dotan Nahum (jondot). See LICENSE for details.