Have you ever wonder how to make Facebook/Google/Twitter or any other social login that work under OAuth possible with Django ? Here's a list of libraries that will help you to do it.
Please keep in mind, some of these might be outdated or no longer work with the current version of Django or even Python.
django-all-access is a reusable application for user registration and authentication from OAuth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0 providers such as Twitter and Facebook.
The goal of this project is to make it easy to create your own workflows for authenticating with these remote APIs. django-all-access will provide the simple views with sane defaults along with hooks to override the default behavior.
There is a simple demo application running on at http://allaccess-mlavin.dotcloud.com/ The full source of this application is include in the repository.
Integrated set of Django applications addressing authentication, registration, account management as well as 3rd party (social) account authentication.
- Signup of both local and social accounts
- Connecting more than one social account to a local account
- Disconnecting a social account -- requires setting a password if only the local account remains
- Optional instant-signup for social accounts -- no questions asked
- E-mail address management (multiple e-mail addresses, setting a primary)
- Password forgotten flow
- E-mail address verification flow
- Dropbox (OAuth)
- Facebook (both OAuth2 and JS SDK)
- Google (OAuth2)
- SoundCloud (OAuth2)
- Stack Exchange (OAuth2)
- Twitch (OAuth2)
- Weibo (OAuth2)
Django Social Auth is an easy way to setup social authentication/authorization mechanism for Django projects.
- Google OpenID
- Google OAuth
- Google OAuth2
- Yahoo OpenID
- OpenId like myOpenID
- Twitter OAuth
- Facebook OAuth
What it does
- Allow logging in via various providers.
- Import contacts from various third party sites, to find out which of your friends already use our service.
This is a application to enable authentication via various third party sites. In particular it allows logging in via
- Yahoo(Essentially openid)
The oauth2app module helps Django site operators provide an OAuth 2.0 interface. The module is registered as an application.
This is a forked version of David Larlet's django-oauth.
One very important difference is that this version requires that you be running a real cache behind Django's caching framework.
- Facebook (using OAuth 2.0 — it is functional, but needs more work)
- Likely any OAuth 1.0a compliant site
A django application providing infrastructure for consuming OAuth services. It is not for providing OAuth services.
Alireza Savand • 2019 Jul 24