[TIMOB-432] Oauth built in implementation
|Reporter||Nicolas Alejandro Santa|
This will be a great feature. A really huge advance and adds lot of value for Titanium Mobile. Opens the consumption of 3rd party services like linkedin, twitter (already done, but is restrictive), etc.
- Jae Hess 2011-04-15
Hey Nicolas -
Hope this helps.
- Nicolas Alejandro Santa 2011-04-15
Awesome. Thank you very much!.
- Ramy Talal 2011-04-15
I think it's better to implement OAuth native.
- Stephen Tramer 2011-04-15
Possibly a candidate for modularization.
- Stef T 2011-04-15
If there is any more advanced guides/tech pages on writing modules for Android/iphone I am more than happy to take this on. I did the iphone calendar widget, but I think I made a bit of pigs ear with the whole proxy vs viewproxy vs view etc. If you want to take this 'offline' my email is my firstname @ ummon :)
I also tried to submit Gh fixes for the iphone dashboard layout not accepting anything other than 3x3 but.. they were rejected without comment :( :(
- Joe iEntry 2011-04-15
Stephen Tramer, this should be a higher priority for Titanium Developer. Nicolas is right, this would be a huge advance and significant added value.
There currently is no publicly available solution for Twitter on Android, @ziodave's solution is compatible only with iOS.
- Christopher Williams 2017-07-20 This is a very old ticket, but we do have a commonjs module for auth that users could try here: https://github.com/appcelerator-modules/ti.oauth
- Christopher Williams 2017-07-20 I don't believe we ever plan to implement OAuth in the core of the SDK, but hope users will find the ti.oauth implementation worthwhile as a means for doing oauth.