Building an OAuth Flow in a Node.js CLI
Ready for others to benefit from your integrations and code? You’ll probably need OAuth 2.0, but building your first OAuth flow is about as fun as stepping on Legos. In this talk we’ll break down how to build an OAuth flow, then dissect an OAuth implementation done in a node.js CLI; a challenging use case that will make OAuth 2.0 feel more approachable than ever before.
Taylor KrusenAs a tech-enthusiast and Japanophile, Taylor Krusen is a Developer Evangelist for Dropbox. He typically spends his time coding, snowboarding, or teaching his little girl the art of mischief. Taylor’s passion for travel, collaboration, and learning have instilled in him a significant appreciation for diversity of thought.