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package facebook

import "github.com/dghubble/gologin/facebook"

Package facebook provides Facebook OAuth2 login and callback handlers.

Index

Package Files

context.go doc.go login.go verify.go

Variables

var (
    ErrUnableToGetFacebookUser = errors.New("facebook: unable to get Facebook User")
)

Facebook login errors

func CallbackHandler Uses

func CallbackHandler(config *oauth2.Config, success, failure http.Handler) http.Handler

CallbackHandler handles Facebook redirection URI requests and adds the Facebook access token and User to the ctx. If authentication succeeds, handling delegates to the success handler, otherwise to the failure handler.

func LoginHandler Uses

func LoginHandler(config *oauth2.Config, failure http.Handler) http.Handler

LoginHandler handles Facebook login requests by reading the state value from the ctx and redirecting requests to the AuthURL with that state value.

func StateHandler Uses

func StateHandler(config gologin.CookieConfig, success http.Handler) http.Handler

StateHandler checks for a state cookie. If found, the state value is read and added to the ctx. Otherwise, a non-guessable value is added to the ctx and to a (short-lived) state cookie issued to the requester.

Implements OAuth 2 RFC 6749 10.12 CSRF Protection. If you wish to issue state params differently, write a http.Handler which sets the ctx state, using oauth2 WithState(ctx, state) since it is required by LoginHandler and CallbackHandler.

func WithUser Uses

func WithUser(ctx context.Context, user *User) context.Context

WithUser returns a copy of ctx that stores the Facebook User.

type User Uses

type User struct {
    ID    string `json:"id"`
    Name  string `json:"name"`
    Email string `json:"email"`
}

User is a Facebook user.

Note that user ids are unique to each app.

func UserFromContext Uses

func UserFromContext(ctx context.Context) (*User, error)

UserFromContext returns the Facebook User from the ctx.

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