Talk:Google+ authentication in Windows Phone application
Girishpadia - good one.
Hi Somnath,This is really good article to connect with G+. Good work done somnath. :)
girishpadia 14:43, 31 August 2012 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Nice job
Nice job. Explanation is clear, and also there are still links to the .NET library if someone wants to use that. I've done a small subedit.
Some reminders on good wiki style (fixed now mostly)
- Use bold for file names (done)
- Generally, although there are exceptions, you should link to something the first time it is mentioned, and after that it is not necessary. So for example I tend to link to first mention of Button, and use Icode subsequently. The reason is that linking is important but distracting - so you give people option first time they see something to jump, but otherwise you (at most) mark in code style. There are exceptions. For example if you're talking about the google+ console up above, you can link again when you come to instructions which say "Go to the console"
- Use code csharp rather than code cpp !
I think this article is very well done.
hamishwillee 07:19, 11 September 2012 (EEST)
Thanks for sharing the good work with us and i had tried your shared code over my project and facing a issue in which it navigates phone Webbroser to get logged in and it displaying a message over browser "We are having trouble reaching this page". Internet is working on my mobile emulator and i had created & mapped required setting for the Google API, please suggest any solution for the same.
Infi- - WebBrowser missing IsScriptEnabled
For this to work on device, IsScriptEnabled="True" has to be set in the WebBrowser component (tested with Lumia 920)