INFO: Cloned from Passport-pinterest and upgraded the apis to pinterest v3.
This module lets you authenticate using Pinterest in your Node.js applications. By plugging into Passport, Pinterest authentication can be easily and unobtrusively integrated into any application or framework that supports Connect-style middleware, including Express.
This is a module for node.js and is installed via npm:
npm install passport-pinterest-v3 --save
The Pinterest authentication strategy authenticates users using a Pinterest account and OAuth 2.0 tokens. The strategy requires a
verify callback, which accepts these credentials and calls
done providing a user, as well as
options specifying a client ID, client secret, scope, and callback URL.
Pinterest only allows https callback urls. This blog article explains the quickest way to enable https for your Express server.
passport.authenticate(), specifying the
'pinterest' strategy, to authenticate requests.
For example, as route middleware in an Express application:
To set up your development environment for Passport-Pinterest:
- Clone this repo to your desktop,
- in the shell
cdto the main folder,
npm install gulp -gif you haven't installed gulp globally yet, and
gulp dev. (Or run
node ./node_modules/.bin/gulp devif you don't want to install gulp globally.)
gulp dev watches all source files and if you save some changes it will lint the code and execute all tests. The test coverage report can be viewed from
If you want to debug a test you should use
gulp test-without-coverage to run all tests without obscuring the code by the test coverage instrumentation.
In case you never heard about the ISC license it is functionally equivalent to the MIT license.
See the LICENSE file for details.