Whilst the plugin is primarily intended for hybrid mobile applications created using Oracle JET, it can be used within any Cordova-based app targeting Android or iOS.
Most mobile authentication scenarios are complex, often requiring interaction with the native operating system for use cases such as:
Writing code to handle each of the required authentication scenarios, especially within hybrid mobile applications, is tedious and can be error-prone.
To add this plugin to your Oracle JET app:
$ ojet add plugin cordova-plugin-oracle-idm-auth
To learn more about the Oracle JET CLI, visit the ojet-cli project.
To add this plugin to your plain Apache Cordova app:
$ cordova plugin add cordova-plugin-oracle-idm-auth
Although the plugin itself contains detailed documentation, stay tuned for more technical posts describing common usage scenarios.
The release of this plugin continues Oracle’s commitment to the open source Apache Cordova community, along with these previously released plugins:
Hope you enjoy, and if you have any feedback, please submit issues to our Cordova projects on GitHub.
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