A Twitter loging component

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import 22uReactTwitterAuth from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@22u/react-twitter-auth';



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React Twitter Authentication Component

A React Twitter oAUth Sign-in / Log-in Component for React


npm install react-twitter-auth


<TwitterLogin loginUrl="http://localhost:4000/api/v1/auth/twitter" 
              onFailure={this.onFailed} onSuccess={this.onSuccess} 

Custom content that overrides default content:

 <TwitterLogin loginUrl="http://localhost:4000/api/v1/auth/twitter"
    <b>Custom</b> Twitter <i>Login</i> content


params value default value description
tag string button tag that should be used to create element that will be used as loging element
text string Sign in with Twitter text that will be shown in component
loginUrl string URL that will be used to finish 3rd step of authentication process
requestTokenUrl string URL that will be used to get request token
onFailure function function that will be called if user cannot be authenticated
onSuccess function function that will be called if user is successfully authenticated
disabled boolean false disable component
style object style object
className string class name for component
dialogWidth number 600 dialog width
dialogHeight number 400 dialog height
showIcon bool true should default icon be visible
credentials string same-origin indicates whether the user agent should send cookies from the other domain in the case of cross-origin requests. Possible values: omit, same-origin, include
customHeaders object {} custom headers should be object with fields that needs to be sent to user server. Field name will be used as header key and field value as header value. Because of bug in fetch implementation all keys will be lowercase.
children node this props can be used in order to override default component content


Full example can be found in example folder.

You can find tutorial that explains in details how to implement Twitter authentication with RESTful backend here.


The detailed explanation of the whole process can be found in Twitter documentation. In picture below you can find out all the steps that are needed.

Twitter authentication workflow


react-twitter-auth is released under MIT License.