As of version
googleAuthR>=1.0.0 the OAuth2 and service JSON authentication is provided by gargle. Refer to that documentation for details.
The plan is to migrate as much functionality to
googleAuthR, but backward compatibility will be maintained for all packages depending on
googleAuthR in the meantime.
Once there is feature parity, client packages can then migrate totally to
gargle. At time of writing some of the major features not in
gargle yet are:
If you are not using the above then you can use
gargle directly now. Otherwise you can still use
googleAuthR that will use the features of
gargle and wait for more features to be migrated.
This library allows you to authenticate easily via local use in an OAuth2 flow; within a Shiny app; or via service accounts.
The main two functions are
This takes care of getting the authentication token, storing it and refreshing. Use it before any call to a Google library.
Auto-build libraries for Google APIs with OAuth2 for both local and Shiny app use.
Get more details at the googleAuthR website
Here is a list of available Google APIs to make with this library. The below libraries are all cross-compatible as they use
googleAuthR for authentication backend e.g. can use just one OAuth2 login flow and can be used in multi-user Shiny apps.
Feel free to add your own via email or a pull request if you have used googleAuthR to build something cool.
googleAuthR now has an R package generator which makes R package skeletons you can use to build your own Google API R package upon. Browse through the 154 options at this Github repository.