Developer Guide - Milagro MFA JavaScript Client

The Milagro JavaScript Client is the client library for Milagro MFA. It is made from two components: the browser client (also called PIN pad) and the HTML5 mobile client.

PIN Pad

The PIN Pad is a JavaScript software component that should be integrated into the Customer's Application Web Page. The PIN Pad encapsulates all the operations and logic that needs to be performed at the front-end, in order to register and authenticate an end-user.

HTML5 Mobile client

The Mobile App is a JavaScript application, much similar to the PIN Pad. The Mobile App also carries out the operations needed to register and authenticate an end-user, but the user is authenticated to a browser session, rather than to a session on the mobile device.

Building the PIN Pad

1. NOTE: You might have to update your package distribution system.
For Ubuntu you would need to do:

sudo apt-get update

2. Install Node Package Manager and Node. For instance on Ubuntu you need to do:

sudo apt-get install npm
sudo npm install -g n
sudo n 0.10.33.

NOTE that you need curl installed to do this.

3. Install grunt and the required modules

sudo npm install -g grunt-cli

4. Install handlebars and the required modules

sudo npm install -g handlebars@3.0.1

5. Install bower and the required modules

sudo npm install -g bower

6. Checkout/Clone the repository to <work-dir>

7. Install the locally required modules for Node

cd <work-dir>/browser or cd <work-dir>/mobile
sudo npm install

8. Create settings.json file

cp settings.json_build settings.json

NOTE Available templates: milagro.

9. Build the app
grunt build

The built app should be placed in <work-dir>/build/out/browser or <work-dir>/build/out/mobile.

NOTE that the settings.json file that was created above, should be modified with the correct base URL for the PIN Pad resources and with the desired template. For more details see the bellow documentation.

For further details see the Milagro MFA Developer Guide.