On Jul 9, 8:01 am, Bess <bess...@gmail.com> wrote: > So far I only learn of one Twitter-based app is using OAuth - Twitter > official app (not sure it is out in app store yet). > > I personally like to learn the best practice on OAuth and best OAuth > library used in iPhone, Android, Nokia and Blackberry.
+1 We have some existing apps (iPhone / iPad and Android) that use Basic Auth and are migrating to OAuth. I'm guessing that Twitter for iPhone uses xAuth - I didn't have to enter a PIN or allow the app via a web UI. Some additional examples would be nice. Cheers, James > > On Jul 7, 10:19 am, Oscar Cortes <ocort...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > Thanks for the feedback Rich. I didn't know that the embedded web > > browser could be used for this. Can someone point me out to an iPhone > > or iPad app that uses oAuth with the embedded web browser? I would > > like to try it out. > > > Oscar > > > On Jul 6, 6:28 pm, Rich <rhyl...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > We are using oAuth on the iPhone. It works great and I don't see why > > >xAuthshould be allowed on iPhone as the embedded web browser is more > > > than capable > > > > On Jul 6, 8:55 pm, Oscar Cortes <ocort...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > We are about to integrate Twitter support in our iOS library and we > > > > are seeing that some devs preferxAuthover oAuth? Which one are you > > > > using and why? Does Twitter push for one of them more? > > > > > Thanks