On Jul 1, 2009, at 10:23 AM, Matt Sanford wrote:
A mobile version does not exist but it's on the roadmap.
On Jul 1, 2009, at 10:21 AM, Isaiah Carew wrote:
I'm still not sure I understand the option. Is there any reason
why someone would choose NOT to check this box currently?
Also, if you are in the process of redesigning the auth page, could
I make a request:
Could there be a super-lightweight version for mobile? No images,
no scripts, inline css, fluid width, etc.
Maybe it already exists and I'm doing something wrong. Feel free
to point me in the right direction too. ;-)
On Jul 1, 2009, at 7:50 AM, Matt Sanford wrote:
That option during application creation is really more trouble
that it is worth. Right now applications that have that option
checked include an extra sentence to tell users the application
will be using twitter for login, that's all. In the future we may
restrict the /oauth/authenticate call to applications that have
specifically chosen the option, so I recommend that any
application using 'Sing in with Twitter' check the check box.
We're also working on redesigning the authorization page and might
do more with that value then.
We will announce before hand if we make any changes, like
requiring that value to use the authenticate method. It's not
something we'll definitely do but it is something that may come up
in the medium term you should be aware of.
– Matt Sanford / @mzsanford
On Jul 1, 2009, at 4:26 AM, Arnaud wrote:
I’m using the oauth/authenticate method (one click login) and I was
wondering if I had to check the "Use Twitter for login" option in
application options. The application is Browser based (using a
callback URL) .
I’m quite confused with this option as I don’t really understand
it is standing for?
All the best,