Prompt the user for an email address that they would like to use to authenticate to the site. The email address will be passed to the supplied callback in the form of an identity assertion, which is a signed object that asserts that a specific email address is owned by a user who is willing to share it with a specific site, at a specific time. See identity assertions for more information.
callback- is a required callback that will be invoked with an assertion in the case of success, and with
undefinedon error (for example, if the user cancels or closes the dialog)
options- is an optional object who's properties change the behavior of the opened dialog. Allowed properties include:
requiredEmail- When provided contains an email that the user must use. This is useful when a site wishes to provide privileges only to a specific user.
silent- (boolean) - When true, an identity will be fetched without prompting the user. Such a thing is only available when the user has chosen to stay signed in to your site. An identity assertion will be returned to the provided callback, or
undefinedif not available.
allowPersistent- When provided, the user will be provided a checkbox that will allow them to stay signed in to your site. This enables persistent login without long term cookies. If this flag is enabled, a site should also check for persistent sign in using the
Note: This function must be invoked from a click handler when
silent is false.
NOTE: this function will always prompt the user, even if they have chosen to
stay logged in. Use
navigator.id.getCurrent() to implement persistent sign-in.
Indicate to BrowserID that the user wishes to logout from the site. This function should be called when the user logs out, and will clear the user's preference to stay signed in to your site.
DEPRECATED - A convenience function which will invoke
getCurrent() followed by