This guide will help you log in to your local FCC site using your GitHub account. This process should be similar for logging in with other social media accounts. This guide assumes you already have a local copy of FCC up and running.
- Register a new OAuth application
- Homepage field:
- Callback field:
- Copy/paste the Client ID and Client Secret into your
- Use port 3000 when viewing your local FCC site
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The output from running
$ gulp mentions the Access Port is 3001. I have only successfully logged in with GitHub at port 3000 - the Proxy Port. If you understand how to log in using other ports, please consider submitting a pull request on this wiki.
Log In Using Your GitHub Account
- Register a new OAuth application and click Register new application
Alternatively, click your Profile Picture => Settings => Applications => Developer applications => Register new application
Fill out OAuth application fields
- Application name - choose any name, like
- Homepage URL - set to
- Application description - optional
- Authorization callback URL - set to
- Click Register application to see the newly registered application page with your Client ID and Client Secret.
- Copy and paste your Client ID and Client Secret into your
Note: your Client ID and Client Secret will be long alphanumeric values.
- Remove / unset with comment block the unwanted provider in passport-provider.
- Add SESSIONSECRET and COOKIESECRET in
.envif you get error on express-session and cookieParser.
- Run command
node seedbefore run
gulpif you dont get the challenges.
Congratulations! You can now successfully log into your local FCC site using your GitHub account.