PHP OAuth 2.0 Server
league/oauth2-server is a standards compliant implementation of an OAuth 2.0 authorization server written in PHP which makes working with OAuth 2.0 trivial. You can easily configure an OAuth 2.0 server to protect your API with access tokens, or allow clients to request new access tokens and refresh them.
Out of the box it supports the following grants:
- Authorization code grant
- Implicit grant
- Client credentials grant
- Resource owner password credentials grant
- Refresh grant
The following RFCs are implemented:
- RFC6749 "OAuth 2.0"
- RFC6750 " The OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework: Bearer Token Usage"
- RFC7519 "JSON Web Token (JWT)"
- RFC7636 "Proof Key for Code Exchange by OAuth Public Clients"
This library was created by Alex Bilbie. Find him on Twitter at @alexbilbie.
The following versions of PHP are supported:
- PHP 7.2
- PHP 7.3
- PHP 7.4
json extensions are also required.
All HTTP messages passed to the server should be PSR-7 compliant. This ensures interoperability with other packages and frameworks.
composer require league/oauth2-server
vendor/bin/phpunit vendor/bin/phpstan analyse -l 7 -c phpstan.neon src tests
- Laravel Passport
- OAuth 2 Server for CakePHP 3
- OAuth 2 Server for Mezzio
- Trikoder OAuth 2 Bundle (Symfony)
See the project changelog
Bugs and feature request are tracked on GitHub.
If you have any questions about OAuth please open a ticket here; please don't email the address below.
If you discover any security related issues, please email
[email protected] instead of using the issue tracker.
This package is released under the MIT License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.
This code is principally developed and maintained by Andy Millington.
Between 2012 and 2017 this library was developed and maintained by Alex Bilbie.
PHP OAuth 2.0 Server is one of many packages provided by The PHP League. To find out more, please visit our website.
Special thanks to all of these awesome contributors.
Additional thanks go to the Mozilla Secure Open Source Fund for funding a security audit of this library.