Applicationson the left sidebar of the Auth0 dashboard, and click on
Regular Web Applications. Then, click on
Settingstab. Copy the Domain, Client ID, and Client Secret values, and keep them somewhere safe. We'll need to indicate those later in Bravo to connect our mobile app with Auth0.
Allowed Callback URLsfield. Here, you'll need to indicate the following URLs:
https://a<your_app_id>.callbacks.bravostudio.appReplace <your_app_id> with the Bravo app ID value (without the "<" and ">" characters). This can be found in the Bravo URL for your app: https://projects.bravostudio.app/apps/XXXXXXX/screens.
Save Changes. Once this is done, it's time to add social connections to the Auth0 app. To do that, navigate to
Socialin the left sidebar. Click on
[page:login]tag in the top-level component. For each of the login buttons, we'll put the
[action:login:<auth0-name>]tag. <auth0-name> needs to be replaced with the connection name for the Auth0 social connection we created before [LINK]. This name can be checked in the Auth0 social connection settings.
OAuth 2.0. Here, you'll need to select
Auth0as the OAuth2.0 provider.