Google Sign In

Stable Version 2.0.0 (O11)
Also available for 10
Published on 02 November 2018 by 
Created on 04 March 2018
Client side google sign in button/widget that will notify the user's email back on successful google authentication.
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Steps to use widget:

1)  Generate new OAuth api client id for your site here:

2) Set the site property 'ClientId' to that value you just generated.

3) Drag 'GoogleSignIn' block to your screen and configure the input parameters as desired.

When the notify action from this block is triggered, the get message will be the email that is attempting to sign-in. The widget will only notify an email back after it has already been authenticated via google.

What’s new (2.0.0)

Breaking Change: Instead of using Deprecated_NotifyGetMessage() to retrieve the Users email, the email string is now an input parameter to the LoginVerified Event. The parameter is named 'Email'. Pass this into your screen action to retrieve the email value.

Other Notes:

Deprecated the use of :

  • FakeNotifyWidget
  • Deprecated_Notify
  • Deprecated_NotifyGetMessage

Now uses web block events and calls event directly from JS.

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