2 thoughts on “Social login for your applications

  1. With securesocial 3.0-M1, ProviderController does not have a companion object anymore, and I had to define the route entries as follows:
    # Login page
    GET /logout @securesocial.controllers.LoginPage.logout
    # Providers entry points
    GET /authenticate/:provider @securesocial.controllers.ProviderController.authenticate(provider)

    Because of that, links like the one used in your blog can’t be used (i.e.: href=”@securesocial.controllers.routes.ProviderController.authenticate(“facebook”)” ).

    How to create the right urls with reverse routing?

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