django-all-access is a reusable application for user registration and authentication from OAuth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0 providers such as Twitter and Facebook.
The goal of this project is to make it easy to create your own workflows for authenticating with these remote APIs. django-all-access will provide the simple views with sane defaults along with hooks to override the default behavior.
You can find a basic demo application running at http://django-all-access.mlavin.org/
- Sane and secure defaults for OAuth authentication
- Easy customization through class-based views
- Built on the amazing requests library
It is easiest to install django-all-access from PyPi using pip:
pip install django-all-access
django-all-access requires Python 2.7 or 3.3+ along with the following Python packages:
django>=1.8 pycrypto>=2.4 requests>=2.0 requests_oauthlib>=0.4.2 oauthlib>=0.6.2
django-all-access is released under the BSD License. See the LICENSE file for more details.
If you have questions about using django-all-access or want to follow updates about the project you can join the mailing list through Google Groups.
If you think you’ve found a bug or are interested in contributing to this project check out django-all-access on Github.
- Getting Started
- Configuring Providers
- Customizing Redirects and Callbacks
- Additional API Calls
- Contributing Guide
- Release History