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Pattern for Managing Third Party Integrations

Matt Walston asked in Rails

I'm building a small internal app that is essentially glue between several open APIs. Namely, QuickBooks, G Suite, Stripe, and Twilio. Authorizing these third party integrations, maintaining tokens, refreshing tokens and providing an oauth2 client for these services has been a little disorganized. I've been able to find very little in terms of patterns or architectual guidance for organizing these integrations. Can anyone suggest an OSS project that's done this well or an article?

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