In this short video, we demonstrate how you can use Postman Chrome plugin and the ZipBooks API to access a auth token for your account. In the video I use the email and password of the demo account to get the auth token for the demo account. In order to get a token to access the information in your own account, you will need to put in the email address and password for your account.
Learn how to send and capture API requests using Postman REST Client. More about Postman at https://getpostman.com
This video demonstrates how you can use the Auth0 Postman Collections to work with our Authentication API and Management API inside Postman
Get the full video, script, activities and code at: https://knpuniversity.com/screencast/oauth OAuth: that mystical beast that you kind of understand and occasionally wrestle to integrate with some social media site. Time to master OAuth... and why not do it by building a real app with farmers, chickens and real-life providers like Facebook and Google Plus. We'll show you how OAuth really works while looking at how OAuth will feel by using SDK's and other tools that give you shortcuts. And like always, we'll go directly at the ugly details, like token expiration and having a user deny access to your application. Here's what you'll be learning: - 3 main OAuth grant types: client credentials, authorization code and implicit; - The exact flow behind getting your application authorized, exchanging an authorization code for a token, and using the token; - Authentication (single sign-on) using OAuth; - Handling expired tokens; - Using refresh tokens; - Integrating and authentication with Facebook; - OAuth integration with Google+; - What to look out for with security and how you can tighten things.