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
Table of Contents
- Ruby on Rails
- Example Applications
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 for articles on how to integrate with other solutions
- Screencast from railscasts.com: #353 OAuth with Doorkeeper
- See upgrade guides
- For general questions, please post on Stack Overflow
- See 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:
Extensions that are not included by default and can be installed separately.
|OpenID Connect extension
|JWT Token support
|Assertion grant extension
|CIBA - Client Initiated Backchannel Authentication Flow extension
|Device Authorization Grant
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
|Sinatra Client connected to Provider App
|Devise + Omniauth Client
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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 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.
Thanks to all our awesome contributors!
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