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Django AllAuth

Integrated set of Django applications addressing authentication, registration, account management as well as 3rd party (social) account authentication.

Features

  • Signup of a both local and social accounts
  • Connecting more than one social account to a local account
  • Optional instant-signup for social accounts -- no questions asked
  • E-mail address management (multiple e-mail addresses, setting a primary)
  • Password forgotten flow
  • E-mail address verification flow
  • Supports multiple authentication schemes (e.g. login by user name, or by e-mail), as well as multiple strategies for account verification (ranging from none to e-mail verification).
  • Support for connecting multiple social accounts to a Django user account.
  • The FB access token is stored so that you can publish wall updates etc.
  • Pluggable signup form for for asking additional questions during signup.

Installation

Django

settings.py:

TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS = (
    ...
    "allauth.context_processors.allauth",
    "allauth.account.context_processors.account"
)

AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = (
    ...
    "allauth.account.auth_backends.AuthenticationBackend",
)

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'emailconfirmation',
    'uni_form',

    'allauth',
    'allauth.account',
    'allauth.socialaccount',
    'allauth.twitter',
    'allauth.openid',
    'allauth.facebook',

urls.py:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
    ...
    (r'^accounts/', include('allauth.urls')))

Configuration

Available settings:

ACCOUNT_EMAIL_REQUIRED (=False)
The user is required to hand over an e-mail address when signing up.
ACCOUNT_EMAIL_VERIFICATION (=False)
After signing up, keep the user account inactive until the e-mail address is verified.
ACCOUNT_EMAIL_AUTHENTICATION (=False)
Login by e-mail address, not username.
ACCOUNT_EMAIL_SUBJECT_PREFIX (="[Site] ")
Subject-line prefix to use for email messages sent. By default, the name of the current Site (django.contrib.sites) is used.
ACCOUNT_SIGNUP_FORM_CLASS (=None)
A string pointing to a custom form class (e.g. 'myapp.forms.SignupForm') that is used during signup to ask the user for additional input (e.g. newsletter signup, birth date). This class should implement a 'save' method, accepting the newly signed up user as its only parameter.
ACCOUNT_SIGNUP_PASSWORD_VERIFICATION (=True)
When signing up, let the user type in his password twice to avoid typ-o's.
ACCOUNT_UNIQUE_EMAIL (=True)
Enforce uniqueness of e-mail addresses.
ACCOUNT_USERNAME_REQUIRED (=True)
If false, generates a random username rather than prompting for one at signup.
ACCOUNT_PASSWORD_INPUT_RENDER_VALUE (=False)
render_value parameter as passed to PasswordInput fields.
SOCIALACCOUNT_QUERY_EMAIL (=ACCOUNT_EMAIL_REQUIRED)
Request e-mail address from 3rd party account provider? E.g. using OpenID AX, or the Facebook "email" permission.
SOCIALACCOUNT_AUTO_SIGNUP (=True)
Attempt to bypass the signup form by using fields (e.g. username, email) retrieved from the social account provider. If a conflict arises due to a duplicate e-mail address the signup form will still kick in.
SOCIALACCOUNT_AVATAR_SUPPORT (= 'avatar' in settings.INSTALLED_APPS)
Enable support for django-avatar. When enabled, the profile image of the user is copied locally into django-avatar at signup.
EMAIL_CONFIRMATION_DAYS (=# of days, no default)
Determines the expiration date of email confirmation mails sent by django-email-confirmation.

Facebook & Twitter

The required keys and secrets for interacting with Facebook and Twitter are to be configured in the database via the Django admin using the TwitterApp and FacebookApp models.