Wednesday, October 16, 2013

CloudLogin for Windows Phone implements an out-of-the-box Social Login mechanism. Facebook, LiveId and Google are supported!

One of the most common scenarios in a connected Windows Phone application is authenticating users to let them access cloud-based personal information like instant messages, feeds, to-do lists, photos, etc. Besides using your own custom authentication approach, you can also rely on OAuth 2.0 based mechanisms and authenticate your users via various Social Networks like Facebok, LiveId, Google, etc. While not so complex to implement in your Windows Phone app, an OAuth 2.0 based authentication procedure includes several steps including opening a Web Browser, navigating to the corresponding OAuth 2.0 provider page and parsing the response to get the authentication access tokens after a successful login. These steps can easily be automated and that's exactly what we do with the upgraded RadCloudLogin control released in the Q3 2013 version of RadControls for Windows Phone.

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