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Obtain authorization to access APIs using OAuth
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ohmy-auth (Oma) is a PHP library that simplifies OAuth into a fluent interface:

use ohmy\Auth1;
Auth1::legs(2)
     ->set('key', 'key')
     ->set('secret', 'secret')
     ->request('http://term.ie/oauth/example/request_token.php')
     ->access('http://term.ie/oauth/example/access_token.php')
     ->GET('http://term.ie/oauth/example/echo_api.php')
     ->then(function($data) {
         # got data
     });

Dependencies

Oma only requires PHP (>= 5.3) and the usual extensions for Curl (`curl_init()`, `curl_setopt()`, etc), JSON (`json_encode()`, `json_decode()`) and sessions (`session_start()`, `session_destroy()`).

Installing with Composer

The best way to install Oma is via Composer. Just add `ohmy/auth` to your project's `composer.json` and run `composer install`. eg:

{
    "require": {
        "ohmy/auth": "*"
    }
}

Installing manually

If you prefer not to use Composer, you can download an archive or clone this repo and put `src/ohmy` into your project setup.

Two-Legged OAuth 1.0a

use ohmy\Auth1;

# do 2-legged oauth
$termie = Auth1::legs(2)
               # configuration
               ->set('key', 'key')
               ->set('secret', 'secret')
               # oauth flow
               ->request('http://term.ie/oauth/example/request_token.php')
               ->access('http://term.ie/oauth/example/access_token.php');

# api call
$termie->GET('http://term.ie/oauth/example/echo_api.php')
       ->then(function($data) {
           # got data
       });

Three-Legged OAuth 1.0a

Note: This requires sessions in order to save data between redirects. This will not work properly without sessions!

use ohmy\Auth1;

# do 3-legged oauth
$tumblr = Auth1::legs(3)
               # configuration
               ->set(array(
                    'consumer_key'    => 'your_consumer_key',
                    'consumer_secret' => 'your_consumer_secret',
                    'callback'        => 'your_callback_url'
               ))
               # oauth flow
               ->request('http://www.tumblr.com/oauth/request_token')
               ->authorize('http://www.tumblr.com/oauth/authorize')
               ->access('http://www.tumblr.com/oauth/access_token');

# access tumblr api      
$tumblr->GET('https://api.tumblr.com/v2/user/info')
       ->then(function($data) {
           # got user data
       });

Three-Legged OAuth 2.0

use ohmy\Auth2;

# do 3-legged oauth
$github = Auth2::legs(3)
               # configuration
               ->set(array(
                    'id'       => 'your_github_client_id',
                    'secret'   => 'your_github_client_secret',
                    'redirect' => 'your_redirect_uri'
               ))
               # oauth flow
               ->authorize('https://github.com/login/oauth/authorize')
               ->access('https://github.com/login/oauth/access_token')
               ->finally(function($data) use(&$access_token) {
                   $access_token = $data['access_token'];
               });

# access github api
$github->GET("https://api.github.com/user?access_token=$access_token", null, array('User-Agent' => 'ohmy-auth'))
       ->then(function($data) {
           # got user data
       });

More examples

- Facebook - Fitbit - GitHub - Google+ - Instagram - LinkedIn - Live - Tumblr - Twitter - Yahoo

Licenses

- __PHP license__: PHP License - __ohmy-auth__: New BSD License.

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