@pasib when you concatenated the object, it got stringified.
Try console.log('test', postData); 🙂
Hi Folks. I just installed NodeBB on Heroku, and i can't seem to get the SSO-twitter plugin to work, even after I restart. In fact, I can't get any of plugins to work. Changing themes and skins works fine.
I'm kinda new with nodebb but i guess i can help you. Did you get some kind of error when you try to active them or nothing happend?
So, no errors, but nothing happens. I go through the "Install" and "Activate" process for SSO-Twitter, and a popup tells me to restart. But when I do, the plugin page just seems to reset, showing SSO-Twitter as Uninstalled.
Did you restart it using the restart button in ACP or did you do it through console?
NiLord posted 14 minutes ago , last edited by NiLord 9 minutes ago • 0 Chat Quote Reply Flag
I tried both. I had to restart the Heroku "dyno" to get different themes to work, but that doesn't help with plugins.
@will Heroku dynos are finicky. To "install" a plugin, you'll actually have to add it to the
package.json file and commit it to the repository, as every time you restart your dyno, everything gets wiped clean.
@julian aha! Thanks very much, Julian; I'll give that a try!
@julian yep, that works. thanks again.
no email in twitter's sso implementation!?!?!? boooo twitter...
Unfortunately not -- I wish! I believe there's no way to get email from the Twitter endpoints, unless something has changed recently.
@julian You are correct. Twitter doesn't provide a means to get the email, and it doesn't look like they are planning on doing it anytime soon.
OAuth without user email ...
I had noticed after having developped a module Twitter OAuth, Grrr
Apparently I'm not alone lol