Awesome. Although I still don't understand why iPhone developers have such
an aversion to the standard OAuth flow. Best case OAuth takes a *single*
click to add an account to your application and worse case it adds an extra
On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 16:02, Aral Balkan <aralbal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> Just a quick heads up to let you know that I took the work of a bunch of
> awesome developers, pruned out the unnecessary browser-based oAuth stuff,
> tweaked a bit, and made a quick sample app to demonstrate it all and
> simplify the implementation of xAuth in iPhone apps.
> You can read all about it at:
> And download the source, etc. from GitHub:
> I haven't tested this greatly but it seems to be working in Feathers and
> the demo app so far.
> This is built on the work of so many great devs that I can't list them all
> here. Please see the blog post and the readme file for a full list of
> acknowledgements and buy those people a beer when you see them :)
> Hope this makes your lives a little easier :)
Abraham Williams | Community Advocate | http://abrah.am
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