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    2.0.0 • Public • Published

    Frontify Authenticator v2

    Authenticate to your Frontify instance from within any secure web app.

    Install

    There are three possible ways of installing or requiring the Frontify Authenticator v2.

    NPM

    Installing the latest published package on a third party app is as simple as running npm i @frontify/frontify-authenticator and requiring the main class either via CommonJs or as an ES module.

    // CommonJs require
    const FrontifyAuthenticator = require('@frontify/frontify-authenticator');
    

    OR

    // ESM import
    import { authorize, refresh, revoke } from '@frontify/frontify-authenticator';
    

    CDN

    Alternatively, in case you're not relying on npm packages in your web app, you can also require the minified JS script directly by using a CDN such as UPAKG. You can find the latest Frontify Authenticator v2 source code and import it to your project you by requiring it via a <script> HTML element.

    <script src="https://unpkg.com/@frontify/frontify-authenticator@latest/dist/index.js"></script>
    

    You may want to require a specific version. To do so you only have to change the word latest with the specific version you wish to use (ie. v2.0.0).

    To make use of the available methods in the script all you have to do is use the FrontifyAuthenticator object reference attached to the window.

    Example:

    FrontifyAuthenticator.authorize(...);
    

    or

    window.FrontifyAuthenticator.authorize(...);
    

    LOCAL

    To install any package locally doesn't differ greatly from the CDN use case. You can use the link mentioned above to download the file contents, save it to your local instance and require via <script> HTML element making the src address point to your local file.

    <script src="<PATH_TO_FILE>/<FILENAME>.js"></script>
    

    Like mentioned in the CDN case, if may want to require a specific version, all you have to do is change the word latest with the specific version you wish to use (ie. v2.0.0).

    You must be aware that, in this case, the latest code won't be automatically updated so it relies on manual downloads everytime you want to have a new version come into effect within your web app.

    Install

    npm i @frontify/frontify-authenticator

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    180

    Version

    2.0.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    111 kB

    Total Files

    10

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • frontify-jonas-buechel
    • jamieatfrontify
    • frontify-dev
    • samuel.alev