oauth2orize_implicit_example

Created: 2014-05-19 15:05
Updated: 2018-10-23 18:05
License: mit

README.md

oauth2orize_implicit_example

This is an example of the oAuth implicit flow using oauth2orize, express 4 and mongoDB.

Installation
git clone https://github.com/reneweb/oauth2orize_implicit_example.git
npm install
node app.js

Note: You may need to change the database configuration in the db.js file, if mongoDB doesn't run using the default port or is not running on localhost.

Usage (with cURL)
0 - Register a client

Navigate to /client/registration. Register a new client.

1 - Register a user

Navigate to /registration. Register a new user.

2 - Get an access token

Navigate to /oauth/authorization?clientId=<clientId>&redirectUri=<redirectUri>&responseType=token. Login with username and password. Then allow the client to access your account. If everything works the access code is returned in the fragment identifier of the URL.

3 - Access a restricted resource using the access token
curl -X GET <IP>:<PORT>/restricted -v -H "Authorization: Bearer <accessToken>"
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