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Doorkeeper — awesome OAuth 2 provider for your Rails / Grape app.
Doorkeeper is a gem (Rails engine) that makes it easy to introduce OAuth 2 provider functionality to your Ruby on Rails or Grape application.
- The OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework
- OAuth 2.0 Token Revocation
- OAuth 2.0 Token Introspection
- OAuth 2.0 Threat Model and Security Considerations
- OAuth 2.0 for Native Apps
- Proof Key for Code Exchange by OAuth Public Clients
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This documentation is valid for
main branch. Please check the documentation for the version of doorkeeper you are using in:
Additionally, other resources can be found on:
- Guides with how-to get started and configuration documentation
- See the Wiki with articles and other documentation
- Screencast from railscasts.com: #353 OAuth with Doorkeeper
- See upgrade guides
- For general questions, please post on Stack Overflow
- See [SECURITY.md](SECURITY.md) for this project's security disclose policy
Installation depends on the framework you're using. The first step is to add the following to your Gemfile:
bundle install. After this, check out the guide related to the framework you're using.
Ruby on Rails
Doorkeeper currently supports Ruby on Rails >= 5.0. See the guide here.
Guide for integration with Grape framework can be found here.
Doorkeeper supports Active Record by default, but can be configured to work with the following ORMs:
|Active Record||by default|
Extensions that are not included by default and can be installed separately.
|OpenID Connect extension||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-openid_connect|
|JWT Token support||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-jwt|
|Assertion grant extension||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-grants_assertion|
|CIBA - Client Initiated Backchannel Authentication Flow extention||doorkeeper-ciba|
These applications show how Doorkeeper works and how to integrate with it. Start with the oAuth2 server and use the clients to connect with the server.
|OAuth2 Server with Doorkeeper||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-provider-app|
|Sinatra Client connected to Provider App||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-sinatra-client|
|Devise + Omniauth Client||doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper-devise-client|
See list of tutorials in order to learn how to use the gem or integrate it with other solutions / gems.
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If you prefer not to deal with the gory details of OAuth 2, need dedicated customer support & consulting, try the cloud-based SaaS version: https://oauth.io
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To run the local engine server:
bundle install bundle exec rake doorkeeper:server
By default, it uses the latest Rails version with ActiveRecord. To run the tests with a specific Rails version:
BUNDLE_GEMFILE=gemfiles/rails_6_0.gemfile bundle exec rake
You can also experiment with the changes using
bin/console. It uses in-memory SQLite database and default
Doorkeeper config, but you can reestablish connection or reconfigure the gem if you need.
Also, check out our [contributing guidelines page](CONTRIBUTING.md).
Thanks to all our awesome contributors!
MIT License. Created in Applicake. Maintained by the community.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Doorkeeper README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.