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    IdentityManager.getVerifiedEmail()

    Not native
    This feature is not built into all browsers. To use it reliably, you'll need to include a JavaScript library in your page as a polyfill. You can include the library from https://login.persona.org/include.js.

    Note: This function has been deprecated in favor of navigator.id.get(), which has the same behavior, additional options, and a shorter name.

    Summary

    This function enables a web site to use BrowserID to authenticate its users. Call it in the click handler to your "log in with BrowserID" button with a callback function as a parameter.

    navigator.id.getVerifiedEmail() will ask the user to choose an email address to sign in with, and may ask the user for their BrowserID password if the user's certificate has expired. It will then generate a signed assertion containing the user's email address, passing the assertion into the callback.

    If for any reason the signed assertion cannot be generated (for example, if the user opts to cancel login, or the user supplied the wrong password) then the callback will be called with NULL.

    When the callback receives the signed assertion, it should send it to the server for verification.

    Syntax

    window.navigator.id.getVerifiedEmail(gotAssertion);

    Parameters

    gotAssertion
    A callback function which will be called with a signed assertion object or NULL. The callback should send the assertion to the server for verification.

    Example

    Example needed.

    Specification

    Not included in any specification.

    See also

    Document Tags and Contributors

    Contributors to this page: Sheppy, teoli, wbamberg, Callahad, ethertank, kscarfone, MHasan
    Last updated by: teoli,