This tutorial explains the basics of OAuth 2. For a general overview of OAuth 2. Cloud Functions is an event-driven serverless compute platform. It offers one of the simplest ways to run code in the cloud and provides developers with automatic scaling, high availability and fault tolerance. As a part of the computing solutions on Google Cloud, your Cloud Functions can easily integrate with other Google Cloud services. Use the Pricing Calculator to generate a cost estimate based on your projected usage. Depending on the actual usage, you might be eligible for Google Cloud Free Tier.
Accessing the service
Obtaining an Access Token
The hybrid installation options are GA. To join the Beta program, reach out to your Apigee representative. In this topic, we show you how to request access tokens and authorization codes, configure OAuth 2. This section explains how to request an access token using the authorization code grant type flow. The token request for this flow requires an authorization code. See Requesting an authorization code. See also What are OAuth 2.
Libraries and samples
This document explains how applications installed on devices like phones, tablets, and computers use Google's OAuth 2. OAuth 2. For example, an application can use OAuth 2. Installed apps are distributed to individual devices, and it is assumed that these apps cannot keep secrets. They can access Google APIs while the user is present at the app or when the app is running in the background.