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README.md

juleol

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Christmas beer rating application

This is a web application written in python flask to aid with the rating of Christmas beer (or other beers for that matter).

Admin authentication

The admin interface is set up to authenticate against GitHub with oauth. To create a new app, go to (https://github.com/settings/applications/new) Set the following settings:

  • Homepage URL, the URL of the juleøl app. For development, use https://localhost:5000
  • Authorization callback URL, Homepage_URL/admin/login/github/authorize Then set the environment variables
  • '''GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID```
  • '''GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET```

Using generic oauth2 provider

To use a generic oauth2 provider, configure the provider using the same parameters as for github. Then set the following environment variables

  • ADMIN_OAUTH_PROVIDER=oauth-generic
  • OAUTH_CLIENT_ID="YOUR_CLIENT_ID"
  • OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET="YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET"
  • OAUTH_AUTHORIZATION_URL="URL TO AUTH ENDPOINT"
  • OAUTH_TOKEN_URL="URL TO TOKEN ENDPOINT"

Using other oauth2 providers

To use one of the build in oauth2 providers , modify __init__.py and add it there.

User authentication

User authentication is set up to log in using oauth. Per now, only google oauth authentication is supported. You will need to set up client credentials The type is Web Application. In authorized redirect URIs, use https://localhost:5000/login/google/authorized and for production use Homepage_URL/login/google/authorized Then set the environment variables

  • GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID
  • GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET

Database configuration

See the README in the migrations folder

Running the application using docker

To run the application, build an image using the Dockerfile or use the prebuild image. To configure the image, the following environment variables are supported

  • JULEOL_SETTINGS, the filename to read settings from. If this is not set, the following variables can be set (otherwise must be set in the config file):
    • SECRET_KEY, the flask secret key. Important to be set to a known value if running multiple instances. If not set, a random key is generated See the flask docs for more information
    • SQLALCHEMY_DATABASE_URI, the database URI, see flask sqlalchemy for more information about the format
    • GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID and GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET, the oauth credentials to use with GitHub for admin auth
    • to use generic oauth2, set the environment variables as described above
    • GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID and GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET, the oauth credentials to use with Google for user auth

Developing

Install required dependancies

pipenv install --dev -e .

Start the database with

docker-compose up -d mysql

Initialize the database

cfgfile=$(mktemp)
echo 'SQLALCHEMY_DATABASE_URI= "mysql+pymysql://juleol:juleol@127.0.0.1/juleol"' >> $cfgfile
FLASK_APP=juleol JULEOL_SETTINGS="$cfgfile" flask db upgrade

And run the development environment with the following script

export FLASK_APP="$(dirname "$0")/juleol"
export FLASK_ENV=development

cfgfile=$(mktemp)
echo 'SQLALCHEMY_DATABASE_URI= "mysql+pymysql://juleol:juleol@127.0.0.1/juleol"' >> $cfgfile
echo 'SQLALCHEMY_ECHO = True' >> $cfgfile
echo 'SQLALCHEMY_TRACK_MODIFICATIONS = False' >> $cfgfile
echo "SECRET_KEY = b'$(tr -c -d [:alnum:] < /dev/urandom | dd bs=1 count=16 2>/dev/null)'" >> $cfgfile
export JULEOL_SETTINGS="$cfgfile"

pipenv run flask run -h 127.0.0.1

rm -- "$cfgfile"

To test oauth authentication you will need to generate a self signed certificate

openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout server.key -out server.csr
openssl x509 -signkey server.key -req -in server.csr -out server.crt

then add

echo 'GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID="XX"' >> $cfgfile
echo 'GITHUB_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET="XX"' >> $cfgfile
echo 'GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_ID="XX"' >> $cfgfile
echo 'GOOGLE_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET="XX"' >> $cfgfile

And change flask start to

pipenv flask run -h 127.0.0.1 --cert server.crt --key server.key

Running tests

pipenv python setup.py test

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