An access scope defines the type of user profile data the client is requesting. The first time a user logs in, they see a list of the items in the access scope and must agree to provide the data to the client in order to proceed.
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This is an identifier that Login with Amazon SDKs use to identify a mobile app to the authorization service. API keys are generated when you register a mobile app.
An application is the registration that contains information the authorization service needs to verify a client before that client can access customer profiles. It also contains basic information about your business that is displayed to users when they first login to one of your apps and are asked to share information with you.
An AppStore ID uniquely identifies a mobile app in the Amazon AppStore.
The bundle identifier is a unique identifier for an iOS app. They normally take the form of
A client is a website or mobile app that uses Login with Amazon.
The client identifier is a value assigned to the client when they register with Login with Amazon. It has a maximum size of 100 bytes. The client identifier is used in conjunction with the client secret to verify the identity of the client when they request an authorization grant from the authorization service. The client identifier is not secret.
The client secret, like the client identifier, is a value assigned to the client when they register with Login with Amazon. It has a maximum size of 64 bytes. The client secret is used in conjunction with the client identifier to verify the identity of the client when they request an authorization grant from the authorization service. The client secret must be kept confidential.
A customer profile contains information about the Login with Amazon customer, including their name, email address, postal code, and a unique identifier. A website must obtain an access token before they can obtain a customer profile. The kind of profile data returned is determined by the access scope.
An Implicit Grant is an authorization grant that can be completed using only the user's web browser. Using the implicit grant, the browser receives an access token as a URI fragment. An implicit grant requires a client identifier and an access scope. The implicit grant does not return a refresh token.
The login screen is an HTML page presented to users when they try to login to a website or mobile app using Login with Amazon. Users can enter an existing Amazon account or create a new one from this page.
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A PNG file provided by the client when setting up an application. This is displayed on the permissions screen if the user has not granted access to the client website. The logo represents the client website.
A package name is a unique identifier for an Android app. They normally take the form of
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A signature is a hash value embedded in a mobile app that verifies the identity of the app. Signatures may be MD5 or SHA-256 values, and normally take the form of :
A user is a person who visits a client website and tries to log in using Login with Amazon.
A version is a particular type of Login with Amazon client registered to an application. A Login with Amazon application can have multiple versions, each supporting either Android, iOS, or web.