clickfunnels_auth

A gem that allows a Rails app to be an OAuth client of Clickfunnels.


License
MIT
Install
gem install clickfunnels_auth -v 0.1.1

Documentation

ClickfunnelsAuth

A Rails engine that makes it easy to delegate authentication for a Rails site to Clickfunnels. See the Clickfunnels Donations project for an example of using this gem.

This is based on the SoAuth projects. See http://www.octolabs.com/so-auth for more details.

Usage

Add clickfunnels_auth to the Gemfile

gem 'clickfunnels_auth'

Generate an initializer

Run this command

rails generate clickfunnels_auth:install

This will create the following files

config/initializers/omniauth.rb

Create a new application in your main Clickfunnels mothership instance

Go to the /oauth/applications endpoint on the Clickfunnels installation that you want to integrate with. For development this will probably be http://localhost:5000/oauth/applications.

Create a new application, and set the callback URL to http://localhost:3001/auth/clickfunnels/callback. Change the port if you plan to run your client app on a different port. (See the optional section below.)

After creating the app make note of the Application Id and the Secret.

Set some environment variables for your client

In your new client project (where you installed this gem), you should set some environment variables. Using something like foreman is probably the best so that you can just set them in a .env file.

AUTH_PROVIDER_URL=http://localhost:5000
AUTH_PROVIDER_APPLICATION_ID=1234
AUTH_PROVIDER_SECRET=5678
AUTH_PROVIDER_ME_URL=/api/me.json

Be sure to use the Application Id you got in the last step as AUTH_PROVIDER_APPLICATION_ID and the Secret as AUTH_PROVIDER_SECRET.

Create a User model

If you haven't already done it, you should create a User model

rails generate model user email:string

Then be sure to run migrations.

rake db:migrate; rake db:test:prepare

Update ApplicationController

Change your ApplicationController to inherit from ClickfunnelsAuth::ApplicationController. The first line should look like this.

class ApplicationController < ClickfunnelsAuth::ApplicationController

Protect some stuff in a controller

Use a before_filter to protect some controller actions.

before_filter :login_required

OPTIONAL : Change the default port of your new project

Since we're relying on clickfunnels_auth_provider to provide authentication, we need to run our new project on a different port in development. Open up config/boot.rb and add this to the bottom of the file. If you want to use a port other than 3001 just change the port as appropriate.

# Setting default port to 3001
require 'rails/commands/server'
module Rails
  class Server
    alias :default_options_alias :default_options
    def default_options
      default_options_alias.merge!(:Port => 3001)
    end
  end
end

Or you could just run your development server on a different port:

rails s -p 3001

or

unicorn -p 3001 -c ./config/unicorn.rb

or whatever.

This project rocks and uses MIT-LICENSE.