kandi X-RAY | satellizer Summary
kandi X-RAY | satellizer Summary
Satellizer is a simple to use, end-to-end, token-based authentication module for AngularJS with built-in support for Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, GitHub, Bitbucket, Yahoo, Twitch, Microsoft (Windows Live) OAuth providers, as well as Email and Password sign-in. However, you are not limited to the sign-in options above, in fact you can add any OAuth 1.0 or OAuth 2.0 provider by passing provider-specific information in the app config block.
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satellizer Examples and Code Snippets
cd frontend/ bower install --save satellizer gulp
Trending Discussions on satellizer
I do not really understand angular, there is a back-end on django, uses https://github.com/st4lk/django-rest-social-auth, there is also an example on AngularJS, but how to recreate it on Angular 5, there is a module ng2-ui -auth, but I could hardly use it....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-07 at 15:53
After many years I learned how to work with it, here’s an example of an application where such authorization is implemented https://github.com/Alenorze/lnrz
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-27 at 00:37
Follow the documentation:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jun-01 at 21:55
I'm using the JWT with Angular 4 and Node JS in the backend. I don't think u need to use $window.
I am working on my first app using Satellizer that contains a NodeJS/Express back and an AngularJS front. I want my users to log in with their Google account.
The front-end is at port 8000 and I have configured it like so :...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-17 at 14:28
Context is missing, but my guess is you need a body parser middleware.
body-parser (link), and in your app use it like this:
I am using the
Angular-satellizer extension for the login/register feature but I am stuck at number 7.
Token was saved to
localStorage but I when refresh the page it's gone and
$auth.isAuthenticated() function is returning false.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jun-05 at 01:28
Maybe when you refresh the page , you are reseting the localStorage and your last token gone.
I am using Laravel angularjs
I am using this package
it's working fine but my problem is without login i can go to any page also once i reload the page user name is disabled
I don't know what is the problem here
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-02 at 07:37
In angularjs 1.4+ there is no
I am using Satellizer module for Social Login & Signup. I am able to authenticate Instagram but during Linkedin authentication process, I am getting following error -...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-16 at 06:59
Try using set content type header for request
I'm trying to use jasmine/karma to test my class-based controllers with no luck... All the examples I'm seeing are from 2014 or older. I've loaded the angular, and angular-mock file in my karma files. Plunker code: https://plnkr.co/edit/TCXW3rIUqV8OmbzzhDhn?p=catalogue
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-28 at 16:35
module global is used for CommonJS modules in modular environment.
angular.mock.module is unshortened synonym to AngularJS
module that should be used in this case.
I recently started the move from a custom gulp script that used to take care of all sorts of stuff to webpack. I have it working to a point where transpiling, bundling and serving the client app in the browser works great.
Now, when I was using gulp to run my karma tests against the bundled app.js file, the gulp script would first bundle the app.js file and then spit it into the dist folder. This file would then be used by karma to run the tests against it. My gulp test task would also watch for any test file changes or for the bundle file change, and re-run the tests based on that.
With webpack, I understand this dist/app.js resides in-memory, rather than being written to the disk (at least that's how I set it up). The problem with that is that it seems that my bundled app (which gets served fine with
webpack-dev-server --open) does not get loaded by karma for some reason and I can't figure out what the missing piece of the puzzle is.
This is how my folder structure looks like (I left just the most basic stuff that could be relevant to the issue):...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-14 at 11:04
I faced a similar issue during transferring my AngularJS project building from Grunt to Webpack and tried 2 different approaches.
1. Webpack and Karma as two separate processes. I made an npm-script running
karma in parallel. It looked like
I am trying to get social authentication working for my mobile app (an Ionic app on Android). Django rest framework backend with rest_framework_jwt, social_django, and rest_social_auth.
On my Ionic app I was using satellizer.js, however, I can't use InAppBrowser so now I am trying to do the following with cordova-plugin-googleplus:
Step#1 (On client/app)...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-14 at 23:17
So far I did the following and it works.
1. On app/client
(The client uses satellizer.js and the cordova-plugin-googleplus)
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