The oAuth page was changed some months back for the iPhone and it
looks quite nice to be honest, it is most definitely the right height
and width for Webkit on the iPhone now, so I'm not sure what the
library you are using is doing.
I still disagree with the above. oAuth in UIWebView can be spoofed
yes, but at least it shows the user it's a Twitter page, whereas xAuth
still has a username and password field.
I'm not convinced yet that xAuth is right for an app that has a decent
mobile browser or framework.
The library can call a UIWebView inside the app instead of redirecting
to Safari and then looking for the oauth call back and grabbing the
relevant information and storing it.
On Jun 1, 5:05 am, Bess <bess...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Exactly how long does it take to apply and get approved on xAuth?
> If I apply xAuth today, am I standing on a queue that is 1,000 long?
> I am preparing a Twitter Developer Book. If it takes a few weeks and
> few months, I would have to change plan not to count on xAuth. Would
> anyone give any feedback?
> I also like to confirm that I have tested Objective-C OAuth library on
> iPhone. OAuth does take you outside the app to Safari for Twitter
> authentication page. I test the work flow at Twitter Annotation
> Hackfest this weekend. The Twitter authentication page is not
> optimized for iPhone. It is difficult for users to find the section
> where user can enter username and password. IMHO I would like to see
> at least that page is styled and sized properly for mobile browser
> webkit so it looks like part of native app with less word in larger
> font size and bigger buttons.
> The only way you can customize and style Twitter username/pwd page
> would be using xAuth.
> On May 31, 9:35 am, Jann Gobble <janngob...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On May 31, 2010, at 9:25 AM, Bernd Stramm wrote:
> > > In any case Jann, you have convinced me of something I strongly
> > > suspected - I really should get xauth for my application as well.
> > If I have convinced one person today, I have done my job. I am used to
> > that -- what with being a Mac user for decades. <grin>
> > > Be safe,
> > You too!
> > Jann