Doorman is an http proxy that authenticates via OAuth.
Your organization probably has some internal services that need to be password-protected. You likely also already manage users using an external service. (Github, Google Apps, etc) Wouldn't it be nice if you could delegate your internal app's authentication/authorization to that app?
- node.js >= 0.8.x
- copy conf.example.js to conf.js and modify
Doorman uses everyauth for authenticating,
so it supports a wide variety of providers for authentication. For authorization,
we need to determine which authenticated users to let in. (see
far only the Github and Google modules are complete, but others are fairly easy.
Doorman is pretty much just everyauth (https://github.com/bnoguchi/everyauth) and node-http-proxy (https://github.com/nodejitsu/node-http-proxy) grafted together, and those two projects do most of the heavy lifting.
- bump http-proxy version to fix #32 (AlexRRR)
- breaking: simplify session cookie config. (see conf.example.js) (kcrayon)
- pass config file as a second argument (kcrayon)
- google auth only prompts user when necessary (kuahyeow)
- reduce github permissions to minimum necessary (dwradcliffe)
- https support (AndrewJo)
- conf.environment.js config for using environment variables (pataquets)
- replace winston logging with stdout/stderr
requiredEmailoption for github and google modules
requiredOrganizationoptions can be arrays
- /_doorman/logout route
- Upgrade everyauth to 0.4.9 (#18)
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