A library for performing authorised web requests to services using OAuth, OAuth 2.0 and basic authentiaction.
Known working services
While the implementations should work for all services using that standard, I can confirm that they work for the following providers:
- Foursquare (Code and Token flow)
- Google (Installed Applications)
- Instagram (Explicit and Implicit flow)
- Windows Live (See notes below)
Facebook require the callback URL to be in the format fbXXX://blah/ where XXX is your app ID.
Microsoft have enforced that the callback URL (redirect URI) must have a scheme of HTTP or HTTPS, so to authorise with Windows Live you should set your own URL handler on the DCTAuth class to open the authorization URL in a web view inside the app. This does go against general OAuth practice, but DCTAuth allows it. Setting a callback URL with http:// as the scheme will result in working authentication to Windows Live. As far as I can tell you should use at least `wl.signin` as the scope.
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