The OAuth.io API is a developer platform for integrating, authenticating, and delegating APIs from a pool of more than 120 OAuth providers. It simplifies the making of authorized API calls to the participating OAuth providers in addition to lending developers the flexibility to onboard users with a variety of services. Developers have the options of selecting SDKs from six different languages to simplify the integration of APIs from the OAuth providers. Its authorization requires HTTP requests to be able to receive responses in JSON format.
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The Go SDK for OAuth.io is a Golang solution that communicates with OAuth.io API to support the construction of applications that indiscriminately implement OAuth integrations of any of the more than 100 providers affiliated to the API.
The NodeJS SDK for OAuth.io deploys the NodeJS backend platform to communicate with OAuth.io API to simplify the indiscriminate integration of OAuth authentications of any of the more than 100 providers affiliated to the API.
The PHP SDK for OAuth.io provides a web-based PHP backend platform that simplifies the authentication of API calls to the more than 100 providers affiliated to the OAuth.io API. Developers avoid the hustles of direct access of APIs from the front-end by simply making API requests from the backend. The consumption of this SDK requires a minimum of version 0.3.2.
The Android SDK for OAuth.io is a Java-based builder platform that communicates with the OAuth.io API to aid the indiscriminate implementation of OAuth integrations of any of the more than 100 providers affiliated to the API.
The iOS SDK for OAuth.io is written in Objective-C to enable developers build apps that indiscriminately implement OAuth integrations of the more than 100 providers affiliated to the OAuth.io API. Developers can install it into their iOS apps by either exporting it from Cocoapods or pulling it manually in XCode.