tatter/fireauth

Myth:Auth Firebase extension for CodeIgniter 4

v1.0.2 2020-06-01 18:06 UTC

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Last update: 2021-08-26 12:12:30 UTC


README

Myth:Auth Firebase extension for CodeIgniter 4

Quick Start

  1. Install with Composer: > composer require tatter/fireauth
  2. Add credentials to your environment configuration .env
  3. Set the Myth:Auth login view: 'login' => 'Tatter\Fireauth\Views\login'

Description

This module extends Myth:Auth to allow logins from Firebase Authentication by replacing the default login view with one configured for your Firebase app.

Installation

Install easily via Composer to take advantage of CodeIgniter 4's autoloading capabilities and always be up-to-date:

  • > composer require tatter/fireauth

Or, install manually by downloading the source files and adding the directory to app/Config/Autoload.php.

Configuration

The library's default behavior can be altered by extending its config file. Copy examples/Fireauth.php to app/Config/ and follow the instructions in the comments. If no config file is found in app/Config the library will use its own.

Credentials

The login view uses your Firebase app's credentials to connect to your project. You must provide the public API key in the .env file in the root of your project. Add this to the bottom of your file:

#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# FIREBASE
#--------------------------------------------------------------------

# firebase.apiKey = YOUR_API_KEY_HERE

Before using the UI you must be sure the configuration parameters are loaded and the Firebase instance initialized. For example, your layout might include this:

	<!-- Firebase JS SDK -->
	<script src="https://www.gstatic.com/firebasejs/7.6.1/firebase-app.js"></script>

	<!-- Firebase SDK config -->
	<script src="<?= base_url('credentials/firebase.js') ?>"></script>

	<script>
		// Initialize Firebase
		firebase.initializeApp(firebaseConfig);
	</script>

For more info on acquiring your config file see Firebase Project Support

Usage

This library works through Myth:Auth's LocalAuthenticator class to display the login and provide a service for checking logged in user access and permissions. Since Firebase handles the actual authentication you will need to configure your project there first and then use this module's config file to match the desired behavior.

Myth:Auth defines a named route for "login" which will display the Firebase form. Once Firebase has complete authentication it sends the completed user information to the callback where the account is verified and the user is logged in.

Read more about authentication at Myth:Auth's Authentication docs.

Example login

This is an example of what you should expect from Firebase's authResult that is used by the callback to process the login:

{
	"user":  {
		"uid": "fnBQhvsaYT5k5tXbZIGMPZiyFac1",
		"displayName": "Joe User",
		"photoURL": null,
		"email": "joe@example.com",
		"emailVerified": false,
		"phoneNumber": null,
		"isAnonymous": false,
		"tenantId": null,
		"providerData": [
			{
				"uid": "joe@example.com",
				"displayName": "Joe User",
				"photoURL": null,
				"email": "joe@example.com",
				"phoneNumber": null,
				"providerId": "password"
			}
		],
		"apiKey": "SyzCz2w8CGAIUyIlzaqHAiFC5WxIJ92T62G7wck",
		"appName": "[DEFAULT]",
		"authDomain": "yourproject.firebaseapp.com",
		"stsTokenManager": {
			"apiKey": "SyzCz2w8CGAIUyIlzaqHAiFC5WxIJ92T62G7wck",
			"refreshToken": "L0uLRAEu4Isq-IbtDruFNntMKz--YAHU8E5hl9QMZ5BMAAw78rJq1WuqOiZF8e4TrwVA5KjeEJWLJMjEN5J6QDbQMHOjX3dANo_Ep0o1WYc43m3XjtJXOocuKAO91K_HyUZ74Knd_AimqeLm-yA-vEugjet2nQwFKzKwVTMPdalBbz_83ZrjQ8Uj8kuxkRMTz00yxMa6Yfw07hojUXiZ-3Xg2oUScjKNrmCSYp-ncLpc9ri7eGPNao8",
			"accessToken": "eyJhbGzUyYjY0OTM0MjUzNGE2YjRhMDUxMjVkNzhmYmIiLCJ0eXAiOciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6IjA0NjUxMTM5ZDg4NiJKV1QifQ.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.HisMXtXhC6U2O3lSheF7mswOiosbdTMAIwiFXeELoy1Ak4CuFBwvkHmFKlnl9P8YRPjqFVaQ4ah2uYzhbo3L22ql9CQGz4GF4XRHGBijlYPS8EaF1HT8soYdyRv4SB5gW_OAzJy4fPnxsZVFur7AYFPturSPFWZAUA0CXP7rn0H4lxfI-Z90lTX9fBYpB9FFJo7zIOpppNINzCOtKB1w2K6kNsiMIwVxJCO52drS3xZkMwP-UAEReiG6iyv46J-T2j0Q0hmc9HrHzhHMM5JSdbTXPtcX81jD1mrmKdkF-AmlMIsCRrVlMfdEUBCzDTYV4EldpcDfI_g9kbakA8Em6g",
			"expirationTime": 1575494530086
		},
		"redirectEventId": null,
		"lastLoginAt": "1575490930053",
		"createdAt": "1575409918661"
	},
	"credential": null,
	"operationType": "signIn",
	"additionalUserInfo":  {
		"providerId": "password",
		"isNewUser": false
	}
}

You may do additional processing of the user object by defining an Event (in app/Config/Events.php) that receives the firebase_new_user trigger:

Events::on('firebase_new_user', function($user)
{
	log_message('debug', 'New FireAuth user: ' . $user->email);
}