This is a library which can provision new accounts and to authenticate users utilizing third party vendor connections.

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This is a library which can provision new accounts and can authenticate users utilizing third party vendor connections.

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Supported Vendors

  • Amazon
  • Facebook
  • GitHub
  • Google
  • LinkedIn
  • Slack
  • Spotify
  • Stripe
  • Twitter
  • Yahoo
  • Zoom

Structure

There are three(3) main functions.

  • Third Party Login action
  • Authentication process
  • Revoking access to your client application

Third Party Login action

Use the following code to redirect a user to the vendor's login page. The following uses Google as an example.

use TSK\SSO\ThirdParty\Google\GoogleConnectionFactory;

$googleConnectionFactory = new GoogleConnectionFactory();
$googleConnection = $googleConnectionFactory->get(
    'google_client_id',
    'google_client_secret',
    'http://www.your-amazing-app.com/sso/google/grant'
);

header("Location: $googleConnection->getGrantUrl()");

Authentication process

Use the following code to do a signup/signin. The following uses Google as an example. Please note that you will have to implement the TSK\SSO\AppUser\AppUserRepository to provision and validate users according to your application logic. See my example in the examples directory.

DefaultAuthenticator Usage

use TSK\SSO\Auth\DefaultAuthenticator;
use TSK\SSO\Auth\Exception\AuthenticationFailedException;
use TSK\SSO\ThirdParty\Exception\NoThirdPartyEmailFoundException;
use TSK\SSO\ThirdParty\Exception\ThirdPartyConnectionFailedException;
use TSK\SSO\ThirdParty\Google\GoogleConnectionFactory;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$googleConnectionFactory = new GoogleConnectionFactory();
$googleConnection = $googleConnectionFactory->get(
    'google_client_id',
    'google_client_secret',
    'http://www.your-amazing-app.com/sso/google/grant'
);

$authenticator = new DefaultAuthenticator(
    new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository()
);

try {
    $appUser = $authenticator->authenticate($googleConnection);
} catch (AuthenticationFailedException $ex) {
} catch (DataCannotBeStoredException $ex) {
} catch (NoThirdPartyEmailFoundException $ex) {
} catch (ThirdPartyConnectionFailedException $ex) {
} catch (\Exception $ex) {
}

// log the detected application's user in
$_SESSION['userId'] = $appUser->id();

Please note that using the TSK\SSO\Auth\DefaultAuthenticator will just do a simple lookup of the user store using your logic. If you want to support multiple vendors and to avoid creating new users per each of their specific email address, you will have to use this TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator.

PersistingAuthenticator Usage

This uses File System by default as the storage for the user mappings.

use TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$authenticator = new PersistingAuthenticator(
    new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository()
);
MySQL

There are two classes available for you to use MySQL as the storage.

For MySQL, I have provided a schema file under sql folder. Please use that.

  • TSK\SSO\Storage\PdoThirdPartyStorageRepository
use TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator;
use TSK\SSO\Storage\PdoThirdPartyStorageRepository;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$authenticator = new PersistingAuthenticator(
    new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository(),
    new PdoThirdPartyStorageRepository(
        // In Laravel, you can do this to get its PDO connection: \DB::connection()->getPdo();
        new PDO('mysql:dbname=db;host=localhost', 'foo', 'bar'),
        'Optional Table Name (default:thirdparty_connections)'
    ),
);
  • TSK\SSO\Storage\MysqliThirdPartyStorageRepository
use TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator;
use TSK\SSO\Storage\PdoThirdPartyStorageRepository;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$authenticator = new PersistingAuthenticator(
    new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository(),
    new MysqliThirdPartyStorageRepository(new mysqli('localhost', 'foo', 'bar', 'db')),
);
MongoDB
  • TSK\SSO\Storage\PeclMongoDbThirdPartyStorageRepository
use TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator;
use TSK\SSO\Storage\PeclMongoDbThirdPartyStorageRepository;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$authenticator = new PersistingAuthenticator(
    new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository(),
    new PeclMongoDbThirdPartyStorageRepository(new MongoDB\Driver\Manager('mongodb://localhost:27017/yourdb'), 'yourdb'),
);

Of course you can use your own storage by just implementing this interface : TSK\SSO\Storage\ThirdPartyStorageRepository.

Revoking vendor access to your client application

use TSK\SSO\ThirdParty\VendorConnectionRevoker;

$vendorConnectionRevoker = new VendorConnectionRevoker(
    $googleConnection, // the vendor connection
    // [optional] `TSK\SSO\Storage\ThirdPartyStorageRepository` implementation. File system storage is used by default
);
$vendorConnectionRevoker->revoke($vendorEmail, $vendorName); // returns a bool

Connecting multiple accounts while logged in.

  • A user may have multiple accounts on one(1) vendor. ex: Multiple Facebook/Google accounts with different email addresses.

  • Or a user can have accounts on other vendors such as Facebook and Google at the same time. You may want to let them connect other accounts to make it easier for them to authenticate/access using multiple vendors.

You can use the TSK\SSO\Auth\AppUserAwarePersistingAuthenticator to validate the account that they selecting.

use TSK\SSO\AppUser\ExistingAppUser;
use TSK\SSO\Auth\AppUserAwarePersistingAuthenticator;
use TSK\SSO\Auth\PersistingAuthenticator;
use YouApp\TSKSSO\YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository;

$userId = $_SESSION['userid'];
if (!is_null($userId)) {
    $authenticator = new AppUserAwarePersistingAuthenticator(
        new ExistingAppUser($userId, 'current-loggedin-user-email@tsk-webdevelopment.com')
    );
} else {
    $authenticator = new PersistingAuthenticator(
        new YourImplementationOfTheAppUserRepository()
    );
}

What Next?

To add any missing vendor support and any other storage systems.

Demo

Creating your own apps [Optional]

I have created several demo apps and have registered them in Amazon, GitHub, Google, Twitter & Yahoo. Optionally you may register your own apps if you want to test.

Host File Entry

And add the localhost.com into the host file as following. (Linux : /etc/hosts, Windows: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts)

127.0.0.1    localhost.com

Start Demo

make demo

Then go to http://localhost.com