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OAuth client integration for Symfony. Supports both OAuth1.0a and OAuth2.

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HWIOAuthBundle

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The HWIOAuthBundle adds support for authenticating users via OAuth1.0a or OAuth2 in Symfony.

Note: this bundle adds easy way to implement any of OAuth1.0a or OAuth2 provider!

Installation

All the installation instructions are located in the documentation, check it for a specific version:

  • 2.x (current) - with support for Symfony: ^5.4, ^6.3 & ^7.0 (PHP: ^8.1),

Documentation

The bulk of the documentation is stored in the Resources/doc/index.md file in this bundle. Read the documentation for version:

This bundle contains support for 58 different providers:

  • 37signals,
  • Amazon,
  • Apple,
  • Asana,
  • Auth0,
  • Azure,
  • Bitbucket,
  • Bitly,
  • Box,
  • BufferApp,
  • Clever,
  • Dailymotion,
  • Deezer,
  • DeviantArt,
  • Discogs,
  • Disqus,
  • Dropbox,
  • EVE Online,
  • Facebook,
  • FI-WARE,
  • Flickr,
  • Foursquare,
  • Genius,
  • GitHub,
  • Google,
  • Hubic,
  • Instagram,
  • Itembase,
  • Jawbone,
  • JIRA,
  • Keycloak,
  • LinkedIn,
  • Mail.ru
  • Odnoklassniki,
  • Office365,
  • Passage,
  • PayPal,
  • QQ,
  • RunKeeper,
  • Salesforce,
  • Sensio Connect,
  • Sina Weibo,
  • Slack,
  • Soundcloud,
  • Spotify,
  • Stack Exchange,
  • Stereomood,
  • Strava,
  • Toshl,
  • Trakt,
  • Trello,
  • Twitch,
  • Twitter,
  • VKontakte,
  • Windows Live,
  • Wordpress,
  • XING,
  • Yahoo,
  • Yandex,
  • Youtube

License

This bundle is under the MIT license. See the complete license in the bundle.

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