Wires up the common auth handlers for Artsy's Ezel-based apps using passport.

Artsy Passport

Wires up the common auth handlers for Artsy's Ezel-based apps using passport. Used internally at Artsy to DRY up authentication code.

Make sure you first mount session, body parser, and xapp middlware.

app.use require('artsy-xapp-middleware') { #... } 
app.use express.bodyParser()
app.use express.cookieParser('foobar')
app.use express.cookieSession()

Values indicate defaults.

app.use artsyPassport
  FACEBOOK_ID: # Facebook app ID 
  FACEBOOK_SECRET: # Facebook app secret 
  TWITTER_KEY: # Twitter consumer key 
  TWITTER_SECRET: # Twitter consumer secret 
  ARTSY_ID: # Artsy client id 
  ARTSY_SECRET: # Artsy client secret 
  SECURE_ARTSY_URL: # SSL Artsy url e.g. 
  APP_URL: # Url pointing back to your app e.g. 
  facebookPath: '/users/auth/facebook' # Url to point your facebook button to 
  twitterPath: '/users/auth/twitter' # Url to point your twitter button to 
  loginPath: '/users/sign_in' # POST `email` and `password` to this path to login 
  signupPath: '/users/invitation/accept' # POST `email` and `password` to this path to signup 
  twitterCallbackPath: '/users/auth/twitter/callback' # After twitter auth callback url 
  facebookCallbackPath: '/users/auth/facebook/callback' # After facebook auth callback url 
  # The user data to cache in the session 
  userKeys: ['id''type''name''email''phone''lab_features''default_profile_id''collector_level']
  CurrentUser: # Backbone Model class to serialize the user into e.g. `CurrentUser` 
  # Temporary generated email for twitter signup. 
  twitterSignupTempEmail: (token, secret, profile) -> 'md5hash@artsy.tmp'
  # Path for a "One last step" UI that lets Artsy store the user's email after  
  # twitter signup. 
  twitterLastStepPath: '/users/auth/twitter/email'

The keys are cased so it's convenient to pass in a configuration hash. A minimal setup could look like this:

app.use artsyPassport _.extend config,
  CurrentUser: CurrentUser

Note: CurrentUser must be a Backbone model with typical get and toJSON methods.

h1 Login
a( href='/users/auth/facebook' ) Login via Facebook
a( href='/users/auth/twitter' ) Login via Twitter
form( action='/users/sign_in', method='POST' )
  h3 Login via Email
  input( name='name' )
  input( name='email' )
  input( name='password' )
  button( type='submit' ) Signup
h1 Signup
a( href='/users/auth/facebook?sign_up=true' ) Signup via Facebook
a( href='/users/auth/twitter?sign_up=true' ) Signup via Twitter
form( action='/users/invitation/accept', method='POST' )
  h3 Signup via Email
  input( name='name' )
  input( name='email' )
  input( name='password' )
  button( type='submit' ) Signup
h1 Just one more step
form( method='post', action='/users/auth/twitter/email' )
  input.bordered-input( name='email' )
  button( type='submit' ) Join Artsy
{ loginPathsignupPathtwitterCallbackPath,
  twitterLastStepPathfacebookCallbackPath } = artsyPassport.options loginPath(req, res) ->
  res.redirect '/' signupPath(req, res) ->
  res.redirect '/personalize'
app.get twitterCallbackPath(req, res) ->
  if req.query.sign_up then res.redirect('/personalize') else res.redirect('/')
app.get twitterLastStepPath(req, res) ->
  res.render 'twitter_last_step'
app.get facebookCallbackPath(req, res) ->
  if req.query.sign_up then res.redirect('/personalize') else res.redirect('/')

In your server-side templates

h1 Hello #{user.get('name')}

In your client-side code

CurrentUser = require '../models/'
sd = require('sharify').data
user = new CurrentUser(sd.CURRENT_USER)

In your routers

app.get '/'(req, res) ->
  res.send 'Hello ' + req.user.get('name')

These forms of user will be null if they're not logged in.

First install node modules npm install then write a ./ that looks something like this:

module.exports =
  ARTSY_ID: ''
  APP_URL: ''
  # An Artsy user that's linked to facebook and twitter 

Then you can check the example by running make example and opening localhost:4000. The tests are integration tests that use the example, so once you set this up run make test to run tests.