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Does anyone know how to get Identity Services OAUTH stuff to work with a go web application?

  • 26 January 2023
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We have several internal apps written in nodejs and those guys figured it out pretty easily. But, the go team and I haven’t been able to get it working with those applications. I’ve looked into it quite a bit and I can see why… the documentation is pretty confusing and there aren’t any good 3rd party HOWTOs that explain it. Doesn’t anyone here know how to get it up and running? I can see that there’s a go library for OAUTH in the Google library, but I can’t find enough documentation to make it work.

 

TIA.


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Hi @leaf,

Please write more things about the problem.

From what you wrote, I can understand that there are NodeJS apps, and you are searching for a go library for OAUTH. 🤔

What are the Google Cloud technologies you want to use?

Also, what version of Node.js are you using? The current one is v19. Does the Google Cloud technology you use or are trying to use support your version?

In the meantime, could you check the Node.js Cloud Client Libraries documentation?

I think you misunderstood. I want to use this:

    https://developers.google.com/identity/gsi/web/guides/overview

In a web application whose server backend is written in go. As I said, the nodejs stuff works fine, but there’s zero documentation on how to use the go OAUTH client library with Google Identity. So, that’s what I want to know about.

 

Thanks,

NF

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try this?

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