Simple ember-cli-simple-auth and oauth2 project


#1

I’m very new to 3rd party authentication and have not been able to make an API request to LinkedIn through the ember-cli-simple-auth addon paired with simple-auth-oauth2. My environment.js is below, where I’ve tried to piece together parts from Simple Labs’ introduction and http://ember-simple-auth.com/ember-simple-auth-api-docs.html, specifically at the bottom of where environment === ‘test’. I don’t get any errors after building the CLI project but I do get a notification in the browser’s console (not warning or error) that says:

No authorizer was configured for Ember Simple Auth - specify one if backend requests need to be authorized.

My environment.js

// config/environment.js
/* jshint node: true */

module.exports = function(environment) {
  var ENV = {
    modulePrefix: 'seminars-me',
    environment: environment,
    baseURL: '/',
    locationType: 'auto',
  EmberENV: {
    FEATURES: {
      // Here you can enable experimental features on an ember canary build
      // e.g. 'with-controller': true
    }
  },

  APP: {
    // Here you can pass flags/options to your application instance
    // when it is created
  }
};

if (environment === 'development') {
  // ENV.APP.LOG_RESOLVER = true;
  // ENV.APP.LOG_ACTIVE_GENERATION = true;
  // ENV.APP.LOG_TRANSITIONS = true;
  // ENV.APP.LOG_TRANSITIONS_INTERNAL = true;
  // ENV.APP.LOG_VIEW_LOOKUPS = true;
}

if (environment === 'test') {
  // Testem prefers this...
  ENV.baseURL = '/';
  ENV.locationType = 'none';

  // keep test console output quieter
  ENV.APP.LOG_ACTIVE_GENERATION = false;
  ENV.APP.LOG_VIEW_LOOKUPS = false;

  ENV.APP.rootElement = '#ember-testing';

  ENV['simple-auth-oauth2'] = {
    serverTokenEndpoint: 'https://www.linkedin.com/uas/oauth2/authorization?response_type=code&client_id=757ll7ci1xd93u&scope=profile'
  };
  ENV['simple-auth'] = {
    authorizer: 'simple-auth-authorizer:oauth2-bearer',
    crossOriginWhitelist: ['https://www.linkedin.com'],
    store: 'simple-auth-session-store:local-storage'
  };
}

if (environment === 'production') {

}

return ENV;
};

#2

Put the config outside of the environment block. The test block is only active during “ember test”. My environment.js looks similar to this added right after the the APP: {} object

        APP: {
            // Here you can pass flags/options to your application instance
            // when it is created
        },
        'simple-auth': {
            authorizer: 'simple-auth-authorizer:oauth2-bearer',
            crossOriginWhitelist: ['http://localhost:8080'],
            session: 'session:custom'
        },
        'simple-auth-oauth2': {
            serverTokenEndpoint: 'http://localhost:8080/oauth/token'
        }