While this isnt anything to do with this post title. I didnt want to hog the another new thread,
I was finally able to get a the webform sample to load. 90 percent of the time it wont because developer express and studio dont like each other. One you have have multiple projects and source safe etc.
The only time before i got it to work was to upload it. But i cant test against it very well so i was lost. Thats why most of my posts past few weeks i didnt do authenication. I created my layout first (which will probably change again)
I spent a good 30 minutes doing a step in and following the code. I think i learned more doing that then reading tons of snippets on the forum that belong to random apps.
I do have a few legitimate api concerns. One thing the documentation lacks or i having found yet is the classes inside.
Signin authorizer class calls signing in
Memorycredentials calls storing of credentials in the memory from IOAuthcredentials or am i backwards.
web authorizer is for web (still looking at)
mvcauth is for mvc (will investigate further when better MVC3 materials come out)
so you know where im going with this. I would love to see the differences in some of the library objects so i dont use the wrong ones to do some of the things. Certain parts of the library doing different versions of the dance. Some
I think i just answered my self ... nevermind.
This library is the best because the documentation for those calls are listed where others there are no samples to api calls. Just the oauth dance inner workings could use a primer. if the samples are all we need then disregard, I am happy.
I was ready to go insane most of my issues were from MS rather then the linqtotwitter api itself.
I spent the entire day yesterday learning webforms 4.1 entity forms tutorial to decide today that if i were to store to a db the tokens i would be wasting my time since im not having that type of model. If i were to do something like rating of
a tweet I could simply store that to a db.
So I am going to use the signin example to store the info cookies/sessions etc. (still investigating) and then what i need to do (let users post,show other twitter stuff, etc) elsewhere.
Everytime i post here i learn something even when i dont get a response. I came leaps and bounds since i started,
your work is appreciated.
(btw I did buy your linq book)