- Whether or not unauthenticated users will be offered an option to sign up for GitHub during the OAuth flow. The default is true. Use false in the case that a policy prohibits signups.
- The client Id you received from GitHub when you registered the application.
- Suggests a specific account to use for signing in and authorizing the app.
- The URL in your app where users will be sent after authorization.
- A set of scopes to request. If not provided, scope defaults to an empty list of scopes for users that don’t have a valid token for the app. For users who do already have a valid token for the app, the user won’t be shown the OAuth authorization page with the list of scopes. Instead, this step of the flow will automatically complete with the same scopes that were used last time the user completed the flow.
- An unguessable random string. It is used to protect against cross-site request forgery attacks. In ASP.NET MVC this would correspond to an anti-forgery token.