Magic OAuth for iOS

Magic OAuth for iOS

#Swift Package Manager Installation

1. In Xcode, select File > Add Packages... and enter `` as the repository URL.

2. Select `Up to Next Major Version 1.0.0`the

3. Don't forget to add the libraries to your Package Dependencies

4. When it's been added to your dependencies, you're all set!

#Cocoapods Installation

Social Logins work as an extension to Magic SDK. To add Social Login to your Magic integration, follow these steps to install the OAuth Extension:

  • In your Podfile, add following lines.
pod 'MagicSDK'
  pod 'MagicExt-OAuth'
  • run pod install
  • Create your Magic SDK instance in your AppDelegate.swift
import UIKit
import MagicSDK

class AppDelegate: UIResponder, UIApplicationDelegate {

    func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {

        // assign the newly created Magic instance to shared property
        Magic.shared = Magic(apiKey: "API_KEY")

        // do any other necessary launch configuration
    return true
  • Start the OAuth 2.0 login flow:

#Public Methods

loginWithPopup( _ configuration: OAuthConfiguration, response: (_ resp: Response<OAuthRepsonse>) -> Void )
loginWithPopup(_ configuration: OAuthConfiguration) -> Promise <OAuthRepsonse>


userInfo contains the OpenID Connect profile information about the user. The schema of this object should match the OpenID spec, except that fields are camelCased instead of snake_cased. The presence of some fields may differ depending on the specific OAuth provider and the user's own privacy settings. See:

public struct OAuthResponse: MagicResponse {
      public let oauth: OauthPartialResult
      public let magic: MagicPartialResult

public struct OauthPartialResult: Codable {
      public let provider: String;
      public let scope: [String];
      public let accessToken: String;
      public let userHandle: String;
      public let userInfo: OpenIDConnectProfile;

public struct MagicPartialResult: Codable {
      public let idToken: String;
      public let userMetadata: UserMetadata;

public struct OpenIDConnectProfile: Codable {
    public let name: String?
    public let familyName: String?
    public let givenName: String?
    public let middleName: String?
    public let nickname: String?
    public let preferredUsername: String?
    public let profile: String?
    public let picture: String?
    public let website: String?
    public let gender: String?
    public let birthdate: String?
    public let zoneinfo: String?
    public let locale: String?
    public let updatedAt: Int?

    // OpenIDConnectEmail
    public let email: String?
    public let emailVerified: Bool?

    // OpenIDConnectPhone
    public let phoneNumber: String?
    public let phoneNumberVerified: Bool?

    // OpenIDConnectAddress
    public let address: OIDAddress?

    // OIDAddress
    public struct OIDAddress: Codable {
        let formatted: String;
        let streetAddress: String;
        let locality: String;
        let region: String;
        let postalCode: String;
        let country: String;


magic.oauth.loginWithPopup(config, response: {res in
    guard let result = response.result else { return print("Error:", response.error.debugDescription) }
    print("DIDToken", result.magic.idToken)

#Configuration Class

OAuthConfiguration(provider: OAuthProvider, redirectURI: String, scope: [String]? = nil, loginHint: String? = nil)

  • provider: Please check all supported providers in the social-login section
  • redirectURI: "your_app_scheme://"
  • scope: This field specifies a space-delimited list of access scopes that correspond to the resources that your application could access on the user's behalf

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Integrate Magic with your existing backend.

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