TimeTagger library reference
Convert a username (e.g. email address) to the corresponding absolute filename.
Convert a (relative or absolute) filename to the corresponding username.
For the API server
Authenticate the user, returning (auth_info, db) if all is well. Raises AuthException if an authtoken is missing, not issued by us, does not match the seed (i.e. has been revoked), or has expired.
Exception raised when authentication fails. You should catch this error and respond with 401 unauthorized.
timetagger.server.api_handler_triage(request, path, auth_info, db)
The API handler that triages over the API options.
This function provides a webtoken that can be used to authenticate future requests. It is intended to bootstrap the authentication; the caller of this function is responsible for the request being authenticated in another way, for example:
- Checking that the request is from localhost (for local use only).
- Obtaining and validating a JWT from a trusted auth provider (e.g. Auth0).
- Going through an OAuth workflow with a trusted provider (e.g Google or Github).
- Implement an authenticate-via-email workflow.
- Implement username/password authentication.
The provided webtoken expires in two weeks. It is recommended to use GET /api/v2/webtoken to get a fresh token once a day.
For the assets server
Get a dictionary of assets from a directory.
Enable the service worker 'sw.js', by giving it a cacheName based on a hash from all the assets.