OAuth

Tutorial: Post Update on LinkedIn via Scribe using Scala

To post an Update on LinkedIn via your application, that is being built with Play 2.3.x, follow these steps ( this post summarizes the work done step by step). 1) Create a LinkedIn app (if you do not have one already) Click here – LinkedIn’s Developer Quick Start Guide and create an app. Enter all the details including Site URL. The Site URL could be something like Continue Reading

Sign in with LinkedIn " functionality

Providing a Sign in with LinkedIn functionality using Scala

To integrate a Sign in with LinkedIn functionality in your social project that is being built with Play 2.2.1, follow these steps ( this post summarizes the work done step by step). 1) Create a LinkedIn app (if you do not have one already) Follow the link https://developer.linkedin.com/documents/quick-start-guide‎ and create an app. Enter all the details including Site URL . The Site URL could be something Continue Reading

Providing a “Sign-in with Google” functionality using Scala

Continuing our series on providing authentication via third party OAuth/Open ID providers, in this post we look at Google. We have already covered sign in with Facebook and Sign in with Twitter in the past. We walk through a step by step scenario to make it work for a Lift based application. Most of the steps would be the same for Play as well. 1) Continue Reading

Simply OAuth-ing for Twitter

All right, I am the hottest twitter application called TweetDekk (replace it with any hypothetical name) and I want you to give me your twitter username and password so that you can send tweets using me. Sounds scary? May be it was not that scary a year back when Twitter had not moved to OAuth. However, now many of us would not dare to share Continue Reading

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