At the moment I’m writing a Javascript and PHP heavy WordPress dashboard plugin that pulls data from the Google Analytics API. Using their Embed API, I wrote a fully functioning app. The Embed API handles the app authorization, but would require that each person that uses my app have their own associated Client ID, which would be a poor model if I tried to share my app with others.

Can anyone point me in the right direction to work around this? Authorizing a service account is proving to be a little over my head.

https://github.com/mcgourtyalex/Google-Analytics-Wordpress-Plugin.git

Read more here: Authorization with Client-side Google Analytics API plugin


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