Implementing Google Plus Sign-In with OAuth 2.0 in Ionic 2

By Josh Morony

I had originally planned to create a tutorial on how to integrate an Ionic 2 application with a user’s Google Calendar, but then I thought it would be wise to first cover authenticating with Google. I ran into a few issues when trying to get it up and running so I wanted to provide my own step-by-step guide to integrating authentication with Google in an Ionic 2 application.

If you’ve played around with OAuth in hybrid applications before, you may be used to using the InAppBrowser to handle these authentication requests. The general process is that you would launch some URL in an InAppBrowser to start the authentication process, the server you are hitting would handle the authentication and redirect the browser back to your application, and you would listen for that redirect and grab the token passed back.

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