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Dec 08, 2008
kQOAuth is a library written in C++ for Qt that implements the OAuth 1.0 authentication specification RFC 5849 (http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5849). Greetings go to Dominik Kapusta for writing the original OAuth library using Qt, QOAuth (http://blog.ayoy.net/2009/6/24/oauth). However, I wanted to improve on the QOAuth’s approach in some ways. kQOAuth main features: Easy integrated solution for retrieving user authentication and access token. No external dependency to QCA. Convenient signals that can be used for easy OAuth authorization process handling. Access to request objects that will wrap request signing and network access, but still gives possibility for detailed control of the authentication process for easier integration to existing application logic.
Daily Comics is a mobile client that shows a set of the daily comics. The set can be localized based on your current network location. The comics are served from my web server. The official website for the application is at http://www.johanpaul.com/blog/daily-comics/. There's source code of the client available for Windows Phone 7 and iOS.
The podcast client for your mobile phone. Licensed under the GPLv2 license.
Read data from MIFARE public transit cards using your NFC-equipped Android phone.
Comic Server is written in Scala using Play2 to serve meta data about comics from around the web. It's intended to be used as a backend server for a client application.
Repositories contributed to
Simple scala wrapper for HttpURLConnection. OAuth included.
Summary of Pull Requests, issues opened and commits.
Apr 18 2013 - Apr 18 2014
Year of contributions
July 19 - July 27
Rock - Hard Place
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