Implementing OAuth with LaunchKeyΒΆ

This guide explains how to implement the LaunchKey Platform within your browser or mobile web service using the OAuth 2.0 protocol. After implementing this solution, your users will be able to authenticate to your service using the LaunchKey Mobile Authenticator.

This guide explains how to implement the authorization flow on the server-side which is more secure than the implicit flow which must be implemented using a client-side language like JavaScript.

For a quicker OAuth implementation, check out our client-side OAuth JavaScript OAuth SDK.

Before you can begin using LaunchKey OAuth, you need an service. If you have not created an service yet, you can use our Getting Started Guide to create one.

You will also need to configuring your for OAuth: term:service. Please read OAuth Configuration for Services for instructions.

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