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Goth: Multi-Provider Authentication for Go GoDoc Build Status

Package goth provides a simple, clean, and idiomatic way to write authentication packages for Go web applications.

Unlike other similar packages, Goth, lets you write OAuth, OAuth2, or any other protocol providers, as long as they implement the Provider and Session interfaces.

This package was inspired by https://github.com/intridea/omniauth.

Installation

$ go get github.com/markbates/goth

Supported Providers

  • Amazon
  • Auth0
  • Bitbucket
  • Box
  • Cloud Foundry
  • Dailymotion
  • Deezer
  • Digital Ocean
  • Discord
  • Dropbox
  • Facebook
  • Fitbit
  • GitHub
  • Gitlab
  • Google+
  • Heroku
  • InfluxCloud
  • Instagram
  • Intercom
  • Lastfm
  • Linkedin
  • Meetup
  • OneDrive
  • OpenID Connect (auto discovery)
  • Paypal
  • SalesForce
  • Slack
  • Soundcloud
  • Spotify
  • Steam
  • Stripe
  • Twitch
  • Twitter
  • Uber
  • Wepay
  • Yahoo
  • Yammer

Examples

See the examples folder for a working application that lets users authenticate through Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus etc.

To run the example either clone the source from GitHub

$ git clone git@github.com:markbates/goth.git

or use

$ go get github.com/markbates/goth
$ cd goth/examples
$ go get -v
$ go build 
$ ./examples

Now open up your browser and go to http://localhost:3000 to see the example.

To actually use the different providers, please make sure you configure them given the system environments as defined in the examples/main.go file

Issues

Issues always stand a significantly better chance of getting fixed if the are accompanied by a pull request.

Contributing

Would I love to see more providers? Certainly! Would you love to contribute one? Hopefully, yes!

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Write Tests!
  4. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  5. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  6. Create new Pull Request

Contributors

  • Mark Bates
  • Tyler Bunnell
  • Corey McGrillis
  • willemvd
  • Rakesh Goyal
  • Andy Grunwald
  • Glenn Walker
  • Kevin Fitzpatrick
  • Ben Tranter
  • Sharad Ganapathy
  • Andrew Chilton
  • sharadgana
  • Aurorae
  • Craig P Jolicoeur
  • Zac Bergquist
  • Geoff Franks
  • Raphael Geronimi
  • Noah Shibley
  • lumost
  • oov
  • Felix Lamouroux
  • Rafael Quintela
  • Tyler
  • DenSm
  • Samy KACIMI
  • dante gray
  • Noah
  • Jacob Walker
  • Marin Martinic
  • Roy
  • Omni Adams
  • Sasa Brankovic
  • dkhamsing
  • Dante Swift
  • Attila Domokos
  • Albin Gilles
  • Syed Zubairuddin
  • Johnny Boursiquot
  • Jerome Touffe-Blin
  • bryanl
  • Masanobu YOSHIOKA
  • Jonathan Hall
  • HaiMing.Yin
  • Sairam Kunala

Documentation

Overview

Package goth provides a simple, clean, and idiomatic way to write authentication packages for Go web applications.

This package was inspired by https://github.com/intridea/omniauth.

See the examples folder for a working application that lets users authenticate through Twitter or Facebook.

Index

Constants

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const NoAuthUrlErrorMessage = "an AuthURL has not been set"

Variables

This section is empty.

Functions

func ClearProviders

func ClearProviders()

ClearProviders will remove all providers currently in use. This is useful, mostly, for testing purposes.

func ContextForClient

func ContextForClient(h *http.Client) context.Context

ContextForClient provides a context for use with oauth2.

func HTTPClientWithFallBack

func HTTPClientWithFallBack(h *http.Client) *http.Client

HTTPClientWithFallBack to be used in all fetch operations.

func UseProviders

func UseProviders(viders ...Provider)

UseProviders adds a list of available providers for use with Goth. Can be called multiple times. If you pass the same provider more than once, the last will be used.

Types

type Params

type Params interface {
	Get(string) string
}

Params is used to pass data to sessions for authorization. An existing implementation, and the one most likely to be used, is `url.Values`.

type Provider

type Provider interface {
	Name() string
	SetName(name string)
	BeginAuth(state string) (Session, error)
	UnmarshalSession(string) (Session, error)
	FetchUser(Session) (User, error)
	Debug(bool)
	RefreshToken(refreshToken string) (*oauth2.Token, error) //Get new access token based on the refresh token
	RefreshTokenAvailable() bool                             //Refresh token is provided by auth provider or not
}

Provider needs to be implemented for each 3rd party authentication provider e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc...

func GetProvider

func GetProvider(name string) (Provider, error)

GetProvider returns a previously created provider. If Goth has not been told to use the named provider it will return an error.

type Providers

type Providers map[string]Provider

Providers is list of known/available providers.

func GetProviders

func GetProviders() Providers

GetProviders returns a list of all the providers currently in use.

type Session

type Session interface {
	// GetAuthURL returns the URL for the authentication end-point for the provider.
	GetAuthURL() (string, error)
	// Marshal generates a string representation of the Session for storing between requests.
	Marshal() string
	// Authorize should validate the data from the provider and return an access token
	// that can be stored for later access to the provider.
	Authorize(Provider, Params) (string, error)
}

Session needs to be implemented as part of the provider package. It will be marshaled and persisted between requests to "tie" the start and the end of the authorization process with a 3rd party provider.

type User

type User struct {
	RawData           map[string]interface{}
	Provider          string
	Email             string
	Name              string
	FirstName         string
	LastName          string
	NickName          string
	Description       string
	UserID            string
	AvatarURL         string
	Location          string
	AccessToken       string
	AccessTokenSecret string
	RefreshToken      string
	ExpiresAt         time.Time
}

User contains the information common amongst most OAuth and OAuth2 providers. All of the "raw" datafrom the provider can be found in the `RawData` field.

Directories

Path Synopsis
Package gothic wraps common behaviour when using Goth.
Package gothic wraps common behaviour when using Goth.
providers
amazon
Package amazon implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through amazon.
Package amazon implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through amazon.
auth0
Package auth0 implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through uber.
Package auth0 implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through uber.
bitbucket
Package bitbucket implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Bitbucket.
Package bitbucket implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Bitbucket.
box
Package box implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through box.
Package box implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through box.
cloudfoundry
Package cloudfoundry implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Cloud Foundry.
Package cloudfoundry implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Cloud Foundry.
dailymotion
Package dailymotion implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Dailymotion.
Package dailymotion implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Dailymotion.
deezer
Package deezer implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Deezer.
Package deezer implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Deezer.
digitalocean
Package digitalocean implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Digital Ocean.
Package digitalocean implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Digital Ocean.
discord
Package discord implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Discord.
Package discord implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Discord.
dropbox
Package dropbox implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Dropbox.
Package dropbox implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Dropbox.
facebook
Package facebook implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Facebook.
Package facebook implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Facebook.
faux
Package faux is used exclusively for testing purposes.
Package faux is used exclusively for testing purposes.
fitbit
Package fitbit implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Fitbit.
Package fitbit implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Fitbit.
github
Package github implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Github.
Package github implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Github.
gitlab
Package gitlab implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through gitlab.
Package gitlab implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through gitlab.
gplus
Package gplus implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Google+.
Package gplus implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Google+.
heroku
Package heroku implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through heroku.
Package heroku implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through heroku.
influxcloud
Package influxdata implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through InfluxCloud.
Package influxdata implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through InfluxCloud.
instagram
Package instagram implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Instagram.
Package instagram implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Instagram.
intercom
Package intercom implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Intercom.
Package intercom implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Intercom.
lastfm
Package lastfm implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through LastFM.
Package lastfm implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through LastFM.
linkedin
Package linkedin implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Linkedin.
Package linkedin implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Linkedin.
meetup
Package meetup implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through meetup.com .
Package meetup implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through meetup.com .
onedrive
Package onedrive implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through onedrive.
Package onedrive implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through onedrive.
paypal
Package paypal implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through paypal.
Package paypal implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through paypal.
salesforce
Package salesforce implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through salesforce.
Package salesforce implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through salesforce.
slack
Package slack implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through slack.
Package slack implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through slack.
soundcloud
Package soundcloud implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through soundcloud.
Package soundcloud implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through soundcloud.
spotify
Package spotify implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Spotify.
Package spotify implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Spotify.
steam
Package steam implements the OpenID protocol for authenticating users through Steam.
Package steam implements the OpenID protocol for authenticating users through Steam.
stripe
Package stripe implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through stripe.
Package stripe implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through stripe.
twitch
Package twitch implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Twitch.
Package twitch implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through Twitch.
twitter
Package twitter implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Twitter.
Package twitter implements the OAuth protocol for authenticating users through Twitter.
uber
Package uber implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through uber.
Package uber implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through uber.
wepay
Package wepay implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through wepay.
Package wepay implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through wepay.
yahoo
Package yahoo implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through yahoo.
Package yahoo implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through yahoo.
yammer
Package yammer implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through yammer.
Package yammer implements the OAuth2 protocol for authenticating users through yammer.

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