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07-09-2017

Hi everyone,

I want to integrate WeChat in AEM. There will be social login functionality using user's WeChat account.

Please let me know if there is any way to do this.

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07-09-2017

Hi,

You can simply create Custom authentication Handler with WeChat Oauth login Using Access Tokens | WeChat Open Platform

Thanks

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07-09-2017

This would be like other 3rd party APIs. I am not sure if there is a Java API with this, If so - you would need to wrap the Java API into an OSGi bundle and deploy. If there are front end JS files - you would need to place them into a clientlib and then write front end components that used the APIs.

AEM is a Java stack and you can integrate Java APIS within OSGi bundles and JS/CSS files in Clientlibs.

I am not aware of any community article that has this use case.