I've recently gotten back into the podcast (currently on 136) after taking a break because of no longer being in an office for work. I binged HARD a couple years ago so I don't remember if I missed it back then or have just forgotten in my hiatus.
Are there any code examples to implement the PKCE flow in Doorkeeper? I am a bit confused on how to implement it here: https://github.com/doorkeeper-gem/doorkeeper/wiki/Using-PKCE-flow
How would someone add in an mobile app?
Hey, I promise you I've gone through all the posts on this subreddit I could find on this topic. I have some beginner questions as I've only dived into my first rails project in May (which is running just fine :D)
I now need to add proper authentication to it
I initially used Devise + a custom JWT strategy but that wouldn't work for me in the long run. Long story short, I need an Oauth mechanism for creating an Alexa Skill.
Anyway, my confusions are :
In my app (a flutter one in this case) I would like to start off with a simple sign in with email and later scale to social logins. Can I do this without leaving the app (not going into the browser?)
If not, do I need to create a custom view in my API only rails app just for handling the login that I need to send my native app users to, to authenticate?
What is the redirect URI in this case for doorkeeper?
I can figure out the omniauth bit and the specifics as and when it comes, but my fundamentals here in understanding this process keeping rails and doorkeeper in mind aren't clear.
I will buy you a beer because this has been really stressful figuring out and because I love this community in general haha
Thanks in advance!
Just started learning Rails for work, and have been trying to learn how to implement authentication + authorization using Rails as backend for apis (to fetch some data from Google Analytics), with React as frontend, and log in via Google.
I was able to get Devise + Omniauth working for Google OAuth2 login with Rails + Rails frontend template but I am a bit confused how to implement it correctly if I use React as frontend, or the general flow.
My understanding is that:
Sorry if I am not being clearn here, would greatly appreciate it if anyone here is able to provide some pointers / tutorials / resources!!
First of all, I'm not native at English, and I'm on mobile, so expect lots of grammar errors.
A bit of backstory first, I live in an apartment building which has 10 floors, 9 of which are for owners of the apartments, and the last one has the pool, the multipurpose room and the doorkeeper's apartment, which is like 1/5 of the other people's apartments there, but he gets it for free by being the doorkeeper (Note that he isn't the owner, he lives there only until he leaves the job). We also have 2 garages, one underground and another one without a ceiling, that has a tiny little playground on where people's kids can go play.
The cast: -D: Doorkeeper
-D's daughters (1-2): The victims of all of EP nonsense
-EP: Entitled person, shitty neighbor, piece of shit in general.
-M: My mother
-N(1-6): Neighbors, this time, decent ones.
Now onto the story, we have been quarantined for more than 3 months, and most of us are doing just fine, because all the apartments of the building are 4 rooms with a small guest room, so space isn't a problem.
However, D's apartment is WAY smaller, I'm talking 2 rooms (without counting kitchen, bathroom and living room), without a guest room, and there are 4 people living there.
So they usually let the kids go to play to the garage/playground, so they don't spend months without breathing fresh air.
Enter EP, which apparently wasn't happy with those girls having fun (Note, they were playing peacefully, no noise, no disruption, nobody would be able to tell if they were playing if they didn't see it).
So he sent an email to administration saying that those kids don't have the right to play there, because D is technically not the owner of the house, and can't use public spaces like the garage, pool, or playground.
Administration gave him a warning, and even by now I haven't seen his daughters go outside once.
When M and 6 other neighbors heard about the incident they were infuriated, they couldn't believe that EP was that much of a douchebag, and felt horrible about the daughters, who now have to stay for at least another month (possibly until September, due to quarantine being extended a lot here) inside their small apartment, now without the right to have fresh air and fun.
Now, after this incident, everyone hated EP, and some of the children in the apartment are giving him a "special" treatment, we talk shouting insults through the window, pranking him, etc.
The story sadly ends here, it happened a few days ago but I'll k... keep reading on reddit ➡
This is my updated version of my decklist for a Ramos commander utilizing jank style effects like crypt ghast and nissa who shakes the world with urborg
. A couple of mana doublers and an artifact components deck. The whole goal is to see how many people you can kill with door to nothingness triggers in one turn. It has ways to extend the chances of doing said process if it is removed.
The strong artifact doubler and untap setup almost garuntees the chances of getting immediate use out of Door to nothingness. Now the hard part is maximizing draw with Ramos triggers to make him able to pay for the initial cost or at least 1 cost of a Door. If this can be accomlished couple of ability doublers should allow us to at minimum take out 2 people for one activation.
Leave any suggestions or thoughts! Again this is a Jank build not intended for CEDH play
Deck list. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/door-to-comboland/
Trying to determine which gem or combination to use to allow an enterprise customer's server authenticate to both my web app and API.
Any thoughts or things worth knowing?
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