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README.md

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OAuth2 / JWT / OpenID Connect for mocking auth... which isn’t that different from doing it for real, actually.

Enabling Google OAuth2 (Mid-2020)

  1. Create an account at https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard
  2. Go back to https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard
  3. Create a New Project from the dropdown in the upper left that lists the current project name
  4. Give the project a name such as Example Web App and accept its generated ID
  5. Click “Create”

Add your test domain

  1. Go back to https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard
  2. Select your new project from the upper-left drop-down
  3. Select Domain Verification from the left hand side of the screen
  4. Add your test domain (i.e. beta.example.com), but a domain that you actually own
  5. Select Verify Ownership
  6. Follow the specific instructions for adding a txt record to the subdomain you chose
  7. Add a collaborator / co-owner if you wish

Enable OAuth2

  1. Go back to https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard
  2. Select OAuth consent screen
  3. Select External
  4. Complete the consent screen form

Create Google Credentials

  1. Go back to https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard
  2. Select Credentials from the left sidebar
  3. Select OAuth ID
  4. Select Web Application
  5. Fill out the same test domain and test app name as before
  6. Save the ID and Secret to a place you won’t forget (perhaps a .gitignored .env)

Update your signin page.

  1. You need to put your default scopes (i.e. profile email) and client ID in the meta tag of your login page HTML. profile is the minimum scope and is always returned.
<head>
  <meta name="google-signin-scope" content="email">
  <meta
    name="google-signin-client_id"
    content="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.apps.googleusercontent.com"
  />
</head>
  1. Although it should be possible to use an thin OAuth client, you’ll probably want to start by including the (huge) Google platform.js
<script src="https://apis.google.com/js/platform.js" async defer></script>
  1. You can start off with the Google’s sign in button, but you need your own data-onsuccess callback. You can also adjust the data-scope per button to include more stuff.
<div
  class="g-signin2"
  data-onsuccess="ongsignin"
  data-scope="profile email https://www.googleapis.com/auth/spreadsheets.readonly https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.readonly"
></div>
<script>
  window.ongsignin = function (gauth) {
    // Note: this is a special prototype-style instance object with few
    // enumerable properties (which don't make sense). Requires API docs.
    // See https://developers.google.com/identity/sign-in/web
    console.log(goauth)
  };
</script>
  1. Despite the documentation stating that passing a token as a query is deprecated and to use the Authorization header, the inspect token URL only supports the query parameter: GET https://oauth2.googleapis.com/tokeninfo?id_token=<token>
  1. While testing you’ll probably want to revoke the app’s permissions
  • Go to https://myaccount.google.com/permissions
  • Under “Third-party apps with account access” click “Manage third-party access” and search in the long list and click “Remove access”.
  • Under “Signing in to other sites” click “Signing in with Google” and search in the list to revoke access
  • Active tokens will persist until they expire (1 hour), so you may need to clear cache, cookies, etc, which can be a pain
  1. Sign out can be accomplished with a button that calls gapi.auth2.getAuthInstance().signOut().then(function() { });