|author||David Iglesias <email@example.com>||Thu Feb 16 20:05:23 2023 -0800|
|committer||GitHub <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Feb 17 04:05:23 2023 +0000|
[google_sign_in_web] Migrate to the GIS SDK. (#6921) * [google_sign_in_web] Migrate to GIS SDK. * include_granted_scopes in requestScopes call. * Remove the old JS-interop layer. * Introduce a mockable GisSdkClient for tests. * Split the people utils. * Delete tests for the old code. * Add some tests for the new code. * More utils_test.dart * Make jsifyAs reusable. * Ignore the tester in utils_test.dart * Make Clients overridable, and some renaming. * Test people.dart * Make autoDetectedClientId more testable. * Add mockito. * Comment about where to better split the code so GisSdkClient is testable too. * Add google_sign_in_web_test.dart (and its mocks) * dart format * Log only in debug. * Sync min sdk with package gis_web * Add migration notes to the README. * When the user is known upon signIn, remove friction. * Do not ask for user selection again in the authorization popup * Pass the email of the known user as a hint to the signIn method * Address PR comments / checks. * Update migration guide after comments from testers. * Update README.md * Remove package:jose from tests. * Rename to Vincent Adultman * _isJsSdkLoaded -> _jsSdkLoadedFuture * Remove idToken comment. * Link issue to split mocking better. * Remove dependency in package:jwt_decoder * Remove unneeded cast call.
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