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AIOAuth Client

AIOAuth Client -- OAuth support for Asyncio / Trio libraries.

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Requirements

  • python >= 3.7

Installation

AIOAuth Client should be installed using pip:

pip install aioauth-client

Usage

# OAuth2
from aioauth_client import GithubClient

github = GithubClient(
    client_id='b6281b6fe88fa4c313e6',
    client_secret='21ff23d9f1cad775daee6a38d230e1ee05b04f7c',
)

authorize_url = github.get_authorize_url(scope="user:email")

# ...
# Reload client to authorize_url and get code
# ...

otoken, _ = await github.get_access_token(code)

# Save the token for later use

# ...

github = GithubClient(
    client_id='b6281b6fe88fa4c313e6',
    client_secret='21ff23d9f1cad775daee6a38d230e1ee05b04f7c',
    access_token=otoken,
)

# Or you can use this if you have initilized client already
# github.access_token = otoken

response = await github.request('GET', 'user')
user_info = await response.json()
# OAuth1
from aioauth_client import TwitterClient

twitter = TwitterClient(
    consumer_key='J8MoJG4bQ9gcmGh8H7XhMg',
    consumer_secret='7WAscbSy65GmiVOvMU5EBYn5z80fhQkcFWSLMJJu4',
)

request_token, _ = await twitter.get_request_token()

authorize_url = twitter.get_authorize_url(request_token)
print("Open",authorize_url,"in a browser")
# ...
# Reload client to authorize_url and get oauth_verifier
# ...
print("PIN code:")
oauth_verifier = input()
oauth_token, data = await twitter.get_access_token(oauth_verifier)
oauth_token_secret = data.get('oauth_token_secret')

# Save the tokens for later use

# ...

twitter = TwitterClient(
    consumer_key='J8MoJG4bQ9gcmGh8H7XhMg',
    consumer_secret='7WAscbSy65GmiVOvMU5EBYn5z80fhQkcFWSLMJJu4',
    oauth_token=oauth_token,
    oauth_token_secret=oauth_token_secret,
)

# Or you can use this if you have initilized client already
# twitter.access_token = oauth_token
# twitter.access_token_secret = oauth_token_secret

timeline = await twitter.request('GET', 'statuses/home_timeline.json')
content = await timeline.read()
print(content)

Example

Run example with command:

make example

Open http://localhost:5000 in your browser.

Bug tracker

If you have any suggestions, bug reports or annoyances please report them to the issue tracker at https://github.com/klen/aioauth-client/issues

Contributing

Development of AIOAuth Client happens at: https://github.com/klen/aioauth-client

License

Licensed under a MIT license.