In this flow, your app opens a Google URL that uses query parameters to identify your app and the type of API access that the app requires.
You can open the URL in the current browser window or a popup.
Thus, there may be an inverse relationship between the number of scopes requested and the likelihood of obtaining user consent.
Before you start implementing OAuth 2.0 authorization, we recommend that you identify the scopes that your app will need permission to access.
*/ function send Authorized Api Request(request Details) /** * Listener called when user completes auth flow.
If the current Api Request * variable is set, then the user was prompted to authorize the application * before the request executed. */ function update Signin Status(is Signed In) Required.
var is Authorized; var current Api Request; /** * Store the request details.
Then check to determine whether the user * has authorized the application.
For example, an application can use OAuth 2.0 to obtain permission from users to store files in their Google Drives. It is designed for applications that access APIs only while the user is present at the application.