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OAuth is an open standard which allows other applications on the internet to access your Resonite Account details without you sharing your Resonite Password with them. OAuth provides a consent based process that ensures that you as a user agree to grant an application access before any data is exchanged. OAuth is commonly seen across the internet and many applications support it.

Are you familar with OAuth? Jump to Quick Steps to get your urls.

OAuth Status

Resonite' OAuth is in the very early stages, using it requires application registration which is currently only possible with manual approval. You also cannot do much with OAuth right now but this will be expanded in the future.

Common Questions

OAuth is a complex feature and due to this it can lead to some common questions about how it works.

Can OAuth let other people access my data?

OAuth cannot access your Resonite account without your consent.

Can I use OAuth inside Resonite?

There are currently no Resonite Components, Protoflux nodes or other in-Resonite elements that support OAuth. OAuth cannot also be manually handled used with ProtoFlux, due to the requirements of a redirection URL. This may change in the future.

Can I use OAuth to Login/Access Google/Facebook/Dropbox etc?

No, OAuth on this page and the Resonite feature is designed to let other services connect to your account and not the other way around.

Example Scenarios

Here are some examples of things that might be possible with Resonite and OAuth in the future. None of these applications exist, these are just examples of what you might be able to do.

  • Event Registration - As a part of an event registration system, you could be asked to link your Resonite Account with an Event Registration System. This would securely identify you and prove that you were a particular Resonite User which could allow you access to paid events, sessions and workshops etc.
  • Utilities / Applications - Manage your friends, messages etc outside of Resonite using a 3rd party application.
  • Management - Edit your Resonite profile & inventory from outside of Resonite.

OAuth Requirements

In order to use OAuth you will need:

  • A registered application/client with Resonite
  • The registered application's OAuth Client ID and Client Secret.
  • A list of scopes that you want to use.
  • A webserver - OAuth requires a web application / server to process the OAuth authorization process.

Registering an Application

To register an application you will need to email hello@resonite.com. In your email please include:

  • Your Name.
  • Your Reason for requesting access.
  • Your Application's Name.
  • An OAuth Callback/Redirect URL. - This is the URL Resonite will use to redirect users back to your application as a part of the OAuth process. It usually needs to run on a web server.

We're temporarily not accepting new registrations here. Please stay tuned for future updates.

OAuth Flow

Once you have all of the above requirements, you can get started!

Resonite uses the Authorization Code OAuth Flow. This is quite complex and it is recommended that you follow a guide for your language or environment of choice a Generic Guide can be found Generic Guide. Here's a basic explanation which might be helpful before you dig in:

  1. A user authenticates with your Application. E.g. CoolApp.com.
  2. Once Authenticated a link or button is presented to the user asking them to Login / Link their Resonite account.
  3. This link should redirect using standard Authorization Code Flow parameters to: https://auth.resonite.com/connect/authorize
  4. Resonite will then ask the User to Login using their Resonite account.
  5. Once they are logged in a message will be shown asking them to grant your application access to their Resonite account.
  6. If they agree they will be redirected back to your registered application's redirect url.
  7. The redirect URL will contain an authorization code which you can exchange for an access token on your server. The token url is: https://cloudx-account.azurewebsites.net/.

Using An Access Token

Currently once a token is obtained you can use it to call a limited amount of endpoints. These endpoints may increase in the future.

Profile Endpoint

Calling: https://auth.resonite.com/api/user/profiles, with your token in the header: Authorization: Bearer [token] will provide a standard Resonite User Profile in JSON Format.

To receive it you will need to ensure you request the profile scope.

Additionally, with some additional scopes you can access some additional information. See Scopes.

Quick Steps

Have you done this before? This section is for you!

  • Resonite Uses the Authorization Code / Grant Flow
  • You must Register an Application.
  • You need a Client ID and Client Secret.


  • Authorization: https://auth.resonite.com/connect/authorize
  • Token: https://auth.resonite.com/connect/token
  • Headers: Authorization: Bearer [token]


Scope Name Description
profile Enables you to obtain profile information such as a User's username, profile image etc.
email Enables you to see the User's email in the profile response.
patreon Provides the user's Patreon information in the profile response.

External Resources

  • OAuth's Specification - 76 Pages of Technical information.
  • OAuth Simplified - A Simplified explanation of many of the parts of OAuth. Do note that some pages may link to a paid service but that this service is not required to use OAuth.
  • Wikipedia - Wikipedia's page on OAuth.

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