|I must say this is very useful, and works very well.|
The only issue I have with oauth in general (not with this class) is support for localhost callback.
There are workarounds but I wish there was a more straightforward way.
|2012-11-22 02:15:59 - In reply to message 1 from dani2|
|I am not sure what you mean. Doesn't this work for you?|
|2012-11-22 02:31:16 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos|
|I'm working my way through the apps. The ones that don't require a DNS addressable callback URL work fine.|
My local machine (localhost or 192.168.0.x) is not reachable from the outside world, so I can't provide proper callback URL to some apps (like Google)
AS I said, this is NOT a fault of you code.
|2012-11-22 04:35:10 - In reply to message 3 from dani2|
|You do not need the domain to resolve to a public address to access Google API. You can add a sub-domain like test.somedomain.com resolve to your private IP address and Google will accept that.|
|2012-11-22 04:51:37 - In reply to message 4 from Manuel Lemos|
|Will try that. Thanks!|