Flask Based Heroku Authentication.
A set of Flask Route decorators to enable either Session-Based Authentication via Heroku’s OAuth mechanism, or Basic Stateless Authentication via Heroku’s API Key facilities.
pip install flask-heroku-auth
To enable regex routes within your application
from flask import Flask from flask_heroku_auth import HerokuAuth app = Flask(__name__) HerokuAuth(app)
from flask import Flask from flask_heroku_auth import HerokuAuth auth = HerokuAuth() def create_app(): app = Flask(__name__) auth.init_app(app) return app
From here, it is a matter of decorating the appropriate routes.
For example, the following would implement authentication via the Heroku OAuth facility
@app.route('/') @auth.oauth def index(): return "Ok"
On the other hand, you may wish to authenticate via the Heroku API Key facility. In this case, the credentials are sent through with every request as an ‘Authorization’ header
@app.route('/') @auth.api def index(): return "Ok"
You can also restrict access to a Heroku user who has an @heroku.com email address.
@app.route('/') @auth.oauth @auth.herokai_only def index(): return "Ok"
- Introduced a template filter for the current user.
- Minor Tweaks.
- User field is now not required for sudo operations.
- Checking for ‘herokai_only’ now occurs only if the user is logged in.
- Initial Commit of Package to GitHub.
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