I’m not sure on the oauth library, as I use MonoTouch for my stuff, so
if you are using ObjC, thats not going to work
However, you register a scheme (eg your-app://) with the app (it’s in
the settings) then you can send the user to that using the FA api
Mine, in the FA dashboard, is ma://localhost/oauth/ (for mobileAgent),
and that works (tho I ended up not using the iOS
“FinishedLoadingWithUrl / HandleUrl” thing - I just do it in-app, and
use a UIWebView and catch each URL click, which is also handy for
disabling the T&C and signup pages…)On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 8:34 AM, Toby firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I’m at the early stages of porting my desktop FreeAgent client over to an
iOS app and wondered if anyone with more iOS experience might have any
recommendations for an OAuth library?
I was thinking https://github.com/nxtbgthng/OAuth2Client looks good but
what’s your experience? I’d be tied in to making all HTTP requests using the
library, is it just as straight forward working with NSURLConnection
I’m wondering how difficult it is to register a handler for the OAuth URI
callback… can I do that “in app” (register some custom scheme) or do I
really need a web page somewhere?
Thanks for any pointers,
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