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microauth-vkontakte 🔐

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Vkontakte OAuth for micro.

Running the example

  1. Setup an account with Zeit.
  2. Go to Vkontakte & create an app to get your credentials.
  3. Click the button below and add those credentials along with your Zeit API Token to the environment variables requested by now.
  4. Add the that was generated as the baseURL & authorized redirectURL in your VK Application Dashboard.
  5. Use a browser or a tool like Postman and visit:

Deploy to now

You may also choose to run the example locally by cloning the repository & following these instructions.


npm install --save micro microauth-vkontakte
# or
yarn add micro microauth-vkontakte
const { send } = require('micro')
const microAuthVkontakte = require('microauth-vkontakte')

const options = {
  clientId: 'YOUR VK APP ID',
  clientSecret: 'YOUR VK APP SECRET',
  fields: ['city', 'country', 'photo_200'],
  redirectUrl: 'http://localhost:3000/auth/vkontatke/callback',
  scope: ['friends', 'photos']

const vkontakteAuth = microAuthVkontakte(options)

module.exports = vkontakteAuth(async (req, res, auth) => {
  if (!auth) return send(res, 404, 'Not Found')
  if (auth.err) {
    return send(res, 403, 'Forbidden')
  return `Hello ${}`

Default Parameters

The options object you pass to microAuthVkontakte has predefined defaults in place. Should you not provide the 3 required parameters clientId, clientSecret, & redirectUrl you will be informed in your terminal with an error message of what you are missing. The other default parameters as well as documentation for valid values accepted by the Vkontakte API can be found here.


It is your responsibility as a developer to not expose your secure data publicly! Please use such packages as dotenv or dotenv-safe to manage your secure data through environment variables.


Please read the

Development & Testing

npm test
# or
yarn test

To verify the package is in working order on your local machine you can run the below script. It will produces ./package. You can then go into the ./example directory and change the location in which microauth-vkontakte is being used:

const microAuthVkontakte = require('../package/src')
npm start package
# or
yarn start package




Cody Brunner

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