Internet connection validating identity
This document describes how to perform the server flow for authenticating the user.The implicit flow is significantly more complicated because of security risks in handling and using tokens on the client side.Here’s an example, formatted for readability: Access token hash.
The implicit flow is used when a client-side application (typically a Java Script app running in the browser) needs to access APIs directly instead of via its back-end server.
You can also use scopes to request access to other Google APIs.
The user consent screen also presents branding information such as your product name, logo, and a homepage URL.
If you want to explore this protocol interactively, we recommend the Google OAuth 2.0 Playground.
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When a user tries to log in with Google, you need to: https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/v2/auth?