# Openmaize [![Build Status](]( [![Deps Status](](

Authentication library for Elixir

## Upgrading to the newest version

There have been a few changes in the newest versions, 1.0.0-beta.
Please check the `` guide in this directory for details.

## Goals

Openmaize is an authentication library that aims to be:

* secure
* lightweight
* easy to use
* well documented

It should work with any application that uses Plug, but it has only been
tested with the Phoenix Web Framework.

## Installation

1. Add openmaize to your `mix.exs` dependencies

  defp deps do
    [{:openmaize, "~> 1.0.0"},
    {:openmaize_jwt, "~> 0.12"]

2. List `:openmaize` as an application dependency

  def application do
    [applications: [:logger, :openmaize, :openmaize_jwt]]

3. Run `mix do deps.get, compile`

## Use

Before you use Openmaize, you need to make sure that you have a module
that implements the Openmaize.Database behaviour. If you are using Ecto,
you can generate the necessary files by running the following command:

    mix openmaize.gen.ectodb

To generate modules to handle authorization, and optionally email confirmation,
run the following command:

    mix openmaize.gen.phoenixauth

You then need to configure Openmaize. For more information, see the documentation
for the Openmaize.Config module.

## Migrating from Devise

Follow the above instructions for generating database and authorization
modules, and then add the following lines to the config file:

    config :openmaize,
      hash_name: :encrypted_password

Some of the functions in the Authorize module depend on a `role` being
set for each user. If you are not using roles, you will need to edit
these functions before use.

## Features

  * Authentication
    * Openmaize.Authenticate - plug to authenticate users, using JSON Web Tokens.
    * Openmaize.Login - plug to handle login POST requests.
    * Openmaize.Logout - plug to handle logout requests.
  * Email confirmation and password resetting
    * Openmaize.ConfirmEmail - verify the token that was sent to the user by email.
    * Openmaize.ResetPassword - verify the token that was sent to the user by email,
    but this time so that the user's password can be reset.

See the relevant module documentation for more details.

## Using with Phoenix

You can generate an example Authorize module and / or a Confirm module
by running the command `mix openmaize.gen.phoenixauth`.

There is an example of Openmaize being used with Phoenix at

### License