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Informations about the package auth

Google Auth Library for PHP

Homepage
http://www.github.com/google/google-auth-library-php
Reference Docs
https://googleapis.github.io/google-auth-library-php/main/
Authors
Tim Emiola
Stanley Cheung
Brent Shaffer
Copyright
Copyright © 2015 Google, Inc.
License
Apache 2.0

Description

This is Google's officially supported PHP client library for using OAuth 2.0 authorization and authentication with Google APIs.

Installing via Composer

The recommended way to install the google auth library is through Composer.

Next, run the Composer command to install the latest stable version:

Application Default Credentials

This library provides an implementation of Application Default Credentials (ADC) for PHP.

Application Default Credentials provides a simple way to get authorization credentials for use in calling Google APIs, and is the recommended approach to authorize calls to Cloud APIs.

Set up ADC

To use ADC, you must set it up by providing credentials. How you set up ADC depends on the environment where your code is running, and whether you are running code in a test or production environment.

For more information, see Set up Application Default Credentials.

Enable the API you want to use

Before making your API call, you must be sure the API you're calling has been enabled. Go to APIs & Auth > APIs in the Google Developers Console and enable the APIs you'd like to call. For the example below, you must enable the Drive API.

Call the APIs

As long as you update the environment variable below to point to your JSON credentials file, the following code should output a list of your Drive files.

Guzzle 5 Compatibility

If you are using Guzzle 5, replace the create middleware and create the HTTP Client steps with the following:

Call using an ID Token

If your application is running behind Cloud Run, or using Cloud Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP), you will need to fetch an ID token to access your application. For this, use the static method getIdTokenMiddleware on ApplicationDefaultCredentials.

For invoking Cloud Run services, your service account will need the Cloud Run Invoker IAM permission.

For invoking Cloud Identity-Aware Proxy, you will need to pass the Client ID used when you set up your protected resource as the target audience. See how to secure your IAP app with signed headers.

Call using a specific JSON key

If you want to use a specific JSON key instead of using GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environment variable, you can do this:

Call using Proxy-Authorization Header

If your application is behind a proxy such as Google Cloud IAP, and your application occupies the Authorization request header, you can include the ID token in a Proxy-Authorization: Bearer header instead. If a valid ID token is found in a Proxy-Authorization header, IAP authorizes the request with it. After authorizing the request, IAP passes the Authorization header to your application without processing the content. For this, use the static method getProxyIdTokenMiddleware on ApplicationDefaultCredentials.

External credentials (Workload identity federation)

Using workload identity federation, your application can access Google Cloud resources from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure or any identity provider that supports OpenID Connect (OIDC).

Traditionally, applications running outside Google Cloud have used service account keys to access Google Cloud resources. Using identity federation, you can allow your workload to impersonate a service account. This lets you access Google Cloud resources directly, eliminating the maintenance and security burden associated with service account keys.

Follow the detailed instructions on how to Configure Workload Identity Federation.

Verifying JWTs

If you are using Google ID tokens to authenticate users, use the Google\Auth\AccessToken class to verify the ID token:

If your app is running behind Google Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP), you can verify the ID token coming from the IAP server by pointing to the appropriate certificate URL for IAP. This is because IAP signs the ID tokens with a different key than the Google Identity service:

Caching

Caching is enabled by passing a PSR-6 CacheItemPoolInterface instance to the constructor when instantiating the credentials.

We offer some caching classes out of the box under the Google\Auth\Cache namespace.

Integrating with a third party cache

You can use a third party that follows the PSR-6 interface of your choice.

License

This library is licensed under Apache 2.0. Full license text is available in COPYING.

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.

Support

Please report bugs at the project on Github. Don't hesitate to ask questions about the client or APIs on StackOverflow.


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Requires php Version ^8.0
firebase/php-jwt Version ^6.0
guzzlehttp/guzzle Version ^7.4.5
guzzlehttp/psr7 Version ^2.4.5
psr/http-message Version ^1.1||^2.0
psr/cache Version ^2.0||^3.0
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