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authy

Bindings for the Authy two factor web service

8 releases

0.9.8 Dec 26, 2018
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0.9.5 Aug 25, 2017
0.9.3 Mar 20, 2017

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Authy-rs

Bindings for the Authy two factor web service

Usage

Please see the Documentation for more details.

You will need your API key for your application on authy.com.

Be sure to add the authy crate to your Cargo.toml:

[dependencies]
authy = "*"

'low-level' Usage example:

extern crate authy;
use authy::{Client, AuthyError};
use authy::api::user;

fn main() {
    let api_url = "https://sandbox-api.authy.com";
    let api_key = "bf12974d70818a08199d17d5e2bae630";

    let c = Client::new(api_url, api_key);

    let country_code = 1;
    let email = "user@domain.com";
    let phone = "949-555-1234";

    let (_, user) = user::create(&c, email, country_code, phone, true).unwrap();
   
    println!("We have a user: {:#?}", user);

    let code = "000000"; // Pretend user has provided a valid code
    match user::verify(&c, user.id, code) {
        Ok(_) => println!("Congrats on being validated!"),
        Err(AuthyError::UnauthorizedKey(e)) => println!("Token provided by the user was wrong"),
        Err(e) => println!("Some server error: {:?}", e),
    };

    // Lets send out a sms token just for fun
    // Must be using a real API key on the production authy server for this to
    // actually send out anything.
    user::sms(&c, user.id, true, Some("login"), Some("Authy documentation example login")).unwrap();
}

'high-level' Usage example:

extern crate authy;
use authy::{Client, User};

fn main() {
    let api_url = "https://sandbox-api.authy.com";
    let api_key = "bf12974d70818a08199d17d5e2bae630";

    let c = Client::new(api_url, api_key);

    let country_code = 1;
    let email = "user@domain.com";
    let phone = "949-555-1234";

    let mut user = User::create(&c, email, country_code, phone, true).unwrap();

    println!("We have a user: {:#?}", user);

    let code = "000000"; // Pretend user has provided a valid code
    if user.verify(&c, code).unwrap() {
        println!("Congrats on being validated!");
    }

    // Lets send out a sms token just for fun
    // Must be using a real API key on the production authy server for this to
    // actually send out anything.
    user.sms(&c, true, Some("login"), Some("Authy documentation example login")).unwrap();
}

License

Authy-rs is licensed under either of

Contributing

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

Please see the CONTRIBUTING file for more information.

Dependencies

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