Nhost Auth supports the following social sign-in providers:
Enabling Social Sign-In Provider
To start with social sign-in, select your app in Nhost Console and go to Users → Login settings.
You need to set client ID and client secret for each provider that you want to enable.
Implementing sign-in experience
signIn() method to implement social sign-in in your app,
Here's an example of how to implement sign-in with GitHub:
Users are redirected to your Nhost app's client URL by default. By default your Nhost app's client URL is set to
http://localhost:3000. You can change the value of your client URL in the Nhost console by going to Users → Login settings → Client URL.
Provider OAuth scopes
Scopes are a mechanism in OAuth to allow or limit an application's access to a user's account.
By default, Nhost sets the scope to get the name, email and avatar for each user. Editing scope is not currently supported.
Provider OAuth Tokens
Nhost saves both access and refresh tokens for each user and provider in the
auth.user_providers table. These tokens can be used to interact with the provider if needed.