Sounds like you would be better off considering goToWebinar, you could charge via paypal and only expose the URL to those who paid.
I would be interested, but within the next week or so I would hope to have cracked it, so if you could do a webinar very soon, you have an interested person in your queue ;) You could join me in a podcast interview to detail your book, plus any other projects that your working on? Good luck! Rob Sent from my iPhone On 18 Jan 2011, at 02:08, Bess <bess...@gmail.com> wrote: > Welcome to Twitter OAuth Camp for mobile. > > I have written 4 chapters to explain how to integrate Twitter on iOS & > Android using OAuth library. I can't release the chapters now as our > publisher is reviewing the content and getting it ready to publish the > book in a short few months. The book will be released in early summer. > It contains very details step-to-step explanation, screen captures, > line by line coaching, code examples. > > I think this is the greatest thing b/c these chapters will help me to > remember how to fight thru each step to get this to work. > > I am teaching iOS class. I am planning to teach Twitter iOS class and > going to offer a class in a few weeks. The problem I have is I > couldn't find a venue. I couldn't find any ideal dates at Hackerdojo. > Plug N Play doesn't offer WiFi and/or available dates. Access Growth > doesn't offer the venue as I haven't shown enough muscle. > > Any suggestions? > > On Jan 16, 2:01 pm, Rob Wilson - SpikyOrange <netp...@gmail.com> > wrote: >> Hi, >> >> I'm planning on integrating with Twitter on the iPhone, I'm surprised >> that unlike Facebook, Twitter does not provide a standard Objective-C >> library, but I have found MGTwitterEngine. >> >> The problem is, the setup instructions are not that clear, then I >> found 'by accident' the Twitter-OAuth-iPhone project on GitHub, which >> seemed to at least bring up the Twitter authorisation page, but now >> fails with 401 errors and doesn't give me the opportunity to remove >> the token (hey, it's just a demo project, so I guess they don't handle >> it). >> >> The concern I have, is that when I registered my application, it >> wanted a callback URL, from what I understand I want the value "OOB" >> to be used, for our-of-band / Pin-code authorisation. I tried >> entering OOB and then it complained that I must enter a valid URL. >> >> I then deleted the URL completely and then the application was >> accepted, but I don't know whether a blank / missing URL == OOB? >> >> When I try to edit the application, it doesn't give me the option to >> add a URL. >> >> So, when programming for an iPhone, do you enter 'Application', or >> 'Web'. If the latter, what URL should be entered and can you edit it >> afterwards? >> >> Does anyone have advice on setting up MGTwitterEngine, or Twitter- >> OAuth-iPhone? >> >> For something that 'sounds' simple, it has taken me over a day of >> playing to get nowhere productive. However, I am new to iPhone >> develop, oAuth and the libraries mentioned above. >> >> I am planning on documenting what I learn on my blog afterwards, to >> help other iPhone developers. Feel free to follow me on Twitter, as I >> disucss the progress on my podcast BitBanterPC. >> >> Many thanks to anyone who can answer those questions. >> >> Regards, >> Rob. > > -- > Twitter developer documentation and resources: http://dev.twitter.com/doc > API updates via Twitter: http://twitter.com/twitterapi > Issues/Enhancements Tracker: http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list > Change your membership to this group: > http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk -- Twitter developer documentation and resources: http://dev.twitter.com/doc API updates via Twitter: http://twitter.com/twitterapi Issues/Enhancements Tracker: http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Change your membership to this group: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk