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  1. #1
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    Question OAuth flow redirection possible in S40 web apps?

    I tried to find information about using OAuth (such as Twitter login) in S40 web apps, but couldn't find much. So: Does a published web app has some kind of default URL? I'd like to pass some callback URL for the OAuth authentication flow, so that after mwl.loadURL() and OAuth login activities the user could be redirected back to the web app (to pass authentication tokens)?

    Or is it possible to accomplish some kind of "login manipulation" at the proxy side with widget.openURL()?

    Or is the only possibility to use some PIN code login method such as https://dev.twitter.com/docs/auth#oob ?

    Thanks for your time and help in advance!

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    Re: OAuth flow redirection possible in S40 web apps?

    could you please let me know what process you tried. Did you have the key and secret for twitter api?
    Last edited by somnathbanik; 2011-08-16 at 19:41. Reason: edited

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    Re: OAuth flow redirection possible in S40 web apps?

    Hi,

    Bumping up this old thread, as there is new info related to OAuth.

    OAuth flow cannot be completed by using only means provided by the Series 40 Web Apps. You'll need a server to take care of the authentication flow, because of callback.

    Please check this wiki article: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...es_40_Web_Apps

    Br,
    Ilkka

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