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Twitter Auth #41

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swaterfall opened this Issue Jan 29, 2016 · 8 comments

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swaterfall commented Jan 29, 2016

Any plans to allow login with Twitter again?

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It would not be hard to add, following the method used for Facebook login.

See facebook.js and RestWrite.js.

I'll tag this up-for-grabs.

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gfosco commented Jan 29, 2016

It would not be hard to add, following the method used for Facebook login.

See facebook.js and RestWrite.js.

I'll tag this up-for-grabs.

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shahzeb1 Jan 30, 2016

Is anyone currently working on this?

If not, I'll fork and get to work. ☕️

shahzeb1 commented Jan 30, 2016

Is anyone currently working on this?

If not, I'll fork and get to work. ☕️

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billymwlei Jan 31, 2016

OP: Is it same way to do the linkedin auth as well?
And Idea what should I get started ?
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billymwlei commented Jan 31, 2016

OP: Is it same way to do the linkedin auth as well?
And Idea what should I get started ?
Thanks

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There is an ongoing discussion in #241 about this, where the goal is to support everything, not just Twitter or LinkedIn.

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nlutsenko commented Feb 5, 2016

There is an ongoing discussion in #241 about this, where the goal is to support everything, not just Twitter or LinkedIn.

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@billymwlei the linked-in support is available in #247 we're finalizing some details about the implementation.

@swaterfall the twitter support has just been added to the PR and should be backward compatible.

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flovilmart commented Feb 5, 2016

@billymwlei the linked-in support is available in #247 we're finalizing some details about the implementation.

@swaterfall the twitter support has just been added to the PR and should be backward compatible.

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This will land in #247. 👍

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gfosco commented Feb 16, 2016

This will land in #247. 👍

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sprabs Jul 12, 2016

Quick question for you all (since you implemented this). We have two Twitter apps (one our iOS clients are using and one that our Android clients are using). How do we specify two sets of keys in index.js?

sprabs commented Jul 12, 2016

Quick question for you all (since you implemented this). We have two Twitter apps (one our iOS clients are using and one that our Android clients are using). How do we specify two sets of keys in index.js?

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It doesn't look like the twitter module supports it... It might be possible to use a 'custom' auth module but provide the twitter module again, but one app would need to use like 'twitter2' as a provider instead of twitter. Probably best to look at modifying the twitter module.

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gfosco commented Jul 12, 2016

It doesn't look like the twitter module supports it... It might be possible to use a 'custom' auth module but provide the twitter module again, but one app would need to use like 'twitter2' as a provider instead of twitter. Probably best to look at modifying the twitter module.

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