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Social Login with Google OAuth2— Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) by AlbinsBlog

Abstract

Social login is the ability to present the option for a site visitor to sign in with their social accounts like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and etc. AEM supports OOTB Facebook and Twitter Social logins but Google login is not supported OOTB and need to build custom Provider to support the log in flow for websites.

AEM internally uses the scribejava module to support the Social login flows, scribejava supports multiple providers and both OAuth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0 protocols.

This tutorial explains the steps and the customization required to support the Google login in AEM as Cloud version, the same should work with minimal change for other AEM versions.

Prerequisites
1. Google Account
2. AEM as Cloud Publisher
3. WKND Sample Website
4. Git Terminal
5. Maven
6. Google Login Flow

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