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Handles OAuth and stores slack token

Project Description
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# Django Slack OAuth

A lightweight module for integrating your Django application with Slack.

## Requirements

- Django >= 1.8

To use Slack OAuth in your Django app, you'll need your `SLACK_CLIENT_ID` and `SLACK_CLIENT_SECRET` which can be found when you [Create a New Slack Application](https://api.slack.com/applications).


## Instructions

1. Install using pip:

```
$ pip install django-slack-oauth
```

2. Add `django_slack_oauth` to `INSTALLED_APPS` in `settings.py`:

```python
INSTALLED_APPS = (
...
'django_slack_oauth',
)
```

3. Run initial migrations:

```
$ python manage.py migrate
```

4. Add Slack OAuth base url to your project's `urls.py`:

```python
urlpatterns = [
...
url(r'^slack/', include('django_slack_oauth.urls')),
...
]
```

5. Specify your Slack credentials and OAuth Scope in `settings.py`:

```python
SLACK_CLIENT_ID = os.environ.get('SLACK_CLIENT_ID')
SLACK_CLIENT_SECRET = os.environ.get('SLACK_CLIENT_SECRET')
SLACK_SCOPE = 'admin,bot'
```
If you aren't sure what your scope should be, read more about [Slack OAuth Scopes](https://api.slack.com/docs/oauth-scopes).

## Example

Add a link to Slack OAuth in one of your templates:

```
<a href='{% url 'slack_auth' %}'>Get slacked</a>
```

After clicking it, you will be redirected to Slack for the OAuth process. If successful, you will be redirected to a view showing a success message. You can change this view by setting `SLACK_SUCCESS_REDIRECT_URL` in `settings.py`.

You can then view the successful request and API data in the Admin under Slack OAuth Requests.


<br>
## Advanced Usage

### Pipelines

Pipelines allow you to create actions after a successful OAuth authentication. Some use cases may be:

- Register an account for the user
- Capture returned API data from Slack after authentication (Default Behaviour)
- Send Slack messages to the user's Slack team after authentication

They are simply a list of functions, which get called in order. They must accept and return two parameters: `request` and `api_data`, containing the initial request and returned API data respectively.

Pipelines are defined as a list of callables in `settings.py`:

```python
SLACK_PIPELINES = [
'path.to.function1',
'path.to.function2',
...
]
```


- **Example 1:** Show returned data from the OAuth request

*settings.py*

```python
...
SLACK_PIPELINES = [
'my_app.pipelines.debug_oauth_request',
]
```

*my_app/pipelines.py*

```python
def debug_oauth_request(request, api_data):
print(api_data)
return request, api_data
```

- **Example 2:** Register User and send an email

*settings.py*

```python
...
SLACK_PIPELINES = [
'my_app.pipelines.register_user',
'my_app.pipelines.send_email',
]
```

*my_app/pipelines.py*

```python
from django.contrib.auth.models import User

from django_slack_oauth.models import SlackUser


def register_user(request, api_data):
user = User.objects.create_user(
username=api_data['user_id']
)

slacker, _ = SlackUser.objects.get_or_create(slacker=user)
slacker.access_token = api_data.pop('access_token')
slacker.extras = api_data
slacker.save()

request.created_user = user

return request, api_data


def notify(request, api_data):
notify_admins("New user with id {} has been created.".format(request.created_user))
notify_user(request.created_user)

return request, api_data
```

_Thanks to_ [Daniel van Flymen](https://github.com/dvf)

### Slack Endpoints

The following parameters may be overriden, in the (rare) case that Slack changes their endpoints:

```python
SLACK_AUTHORIZATION_URL = 'https://slack.com/oauth/authorize'
SLACK_OAUTH_ACCESS_URL = 'https://slack.com/api/oauth.access'
```

### Forgery Attacks

To avoid forgery attacks we pass the `state` parameter in the initial authorization request. This state is stored in cache. For production environments, it's highly recommended to avoid using `LocMemCache`, and set up your cache backend using `redis` or `MemcachedCache`. For example:

```python
CACHES = {
'default': {
'BACKEND': 'django.core.cache.backends.memcached.MemcachedCache',
'LOCATION': '127.0.0.1:11211',
}
}
```
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