OAuth Integration With GitHub

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Works with:

  • All scopes
  • All endpoints
  • All Methods

GitHub Documentation

Documentation

Integrations > GitHub

Pathfix offers the easiest way for you to add GitHub OAuth integration to your app. You can setup your OAuth connection to GitHub in just a few minutes. We manage the OAuth servers, token management system, and the pass-through connectivity to all of GitHub's endpoints.

GitHub API and Endpoints

Pathfix supports all publicly available GitHub APIs. You can find all GitHub's documentation and endpoints right here: https://docs.github.com/en/developers/apps/authorizing-oauth-apps

Test GitHub OAuth Integration

The Connect to GitHub button will let you test the connectivity to GitHub and allows you to play around with the different endpoints offered. Test the connectivity to different endpoint URLs, methods and payloads.

To get started:

  • Click on the Connect button
  • Click on Integrate and connect your account
  • Once connected, select from one of the sample methods available (these are only a few sample methods added here for the purpose of testing, you can connect to any of the endpoints provided by GitHub)
  • Change the URL to access and test different endpoints

Adding The GitHub OAuth Integration To Your App

  • Login/Create your Pathfix account here
  • Add your application
  • Add the GitHub ClientID and ClientSecret
  • Specify the scopes you want to access and Save
  • Get your code from Pathfix and insert in your app

GitHub Developer Screenshot

Start Connecting With Pathfix

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