A node wrapper to assist in Aha.io's OAuth flow
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Aha.io OAuth2 Wrapper for Javascript

NPM package for fascilitating the OAuth2 flow for the AHA.io API.

Getting Started

Install the NPM package.

$ npm install aha-io-oauth --save

Require the package in your application.

var AhaOAuthClient = require('aha-io-oauth');

Create an App

To start one will need to obtain a client ID and secret. This is done by creating an application in your Aha account at a URL similar to the one below:



The OAuth client is instantiated by passing in the Client ID and Secret (as well as your organizations subdomain) that you generated in the previous step.

let ahaOAuth = new AhaOAuthClient(

Generating the Auth URL

To start the OAuth process, one needs to generate a link to present to the user that will take them to Aha to authorize

let ahaAuthUrl = ahaOAuth.authorizeUri( 'http://example.com/aha/oauth', {
    responseType: 'code',
    state: `${some-id}`

Generating a Token

After the user authenticates and authorizes your application by following the link generated in the previous step, Aha will call your Redirect URI. Below is a simple express app for generating an OAuth token.

const express = require('express')
const app = express()
const port = 3000
app.get('/aha/oauth', async (req, res) => {
    const { code, state } = req.query
    await ahaOAuth.authorize({
    	  code: code,
    	  redirectUri: 'http://example.com/aha/oauth'
    const token = ahaOAuth.token()
    // do something with the token
app.listen(port, () => console.log(`Examplee app listening on port ${port}!`))

Instantiate a new client. Currently the wrapper uses basic HTTP authentication, so this requires a username, password, your AHA subdomain and an optional options object. In the options you can pass {useSubdomain: false} if you want to use secure.aha.io subdomain instead of your-subdomain.aha.io.

// If you want to specify an API key when creating a client
var client = AhaIO('username', 'password', 'subdomain');

You can also use AHA's secure.aha.io. The subdomain is always required for authentication purposes.

var client = AhaIO('username', 'password', 'subdomain', { useSubdomain: false });

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