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Google I/O 2009 - Google Data APIs & OAuth for OpenSocial..

Google I/O 2009 - Using Google Data APIs and OAuth to Create an OpenSocial Gadget Monsur Hossain, Eric Bidelman -- Contents -- 1:06 - Building an iGoogle gadget to talk to Google Services (Blogger) 1:35 - Issues with acessing private data in JS 2:45 - Solution: Use OAuth Proxy in iGoogle 3:01 - OAuth Proxy + iGoogle Technology Stack 3:44 - Basics of OAuth 7:00 - Issues with using OAuth in JS 7:50 - OAuth Proxy overview 9:03 - Enabling OAuth in a gadget 11:15 - Building a Gadget - gadget design 12:41 - Building a Gadget - presentation layer 14:40 - Demo: Blogger Post Gadget 16:55 - fetchData() using OpenSocial JS APIs 21:57 - Creating the magic OAuth popup window handler 21:49 - Making things easier: Google Data JS client library 22:32 - fetchData() using the Google Data JS APIs 25:28 - JS to post data to Blogger 27:32 - What the Oauth Proxy is doing behind the scenes 31:20 - More Demos! 33:35 - Wrap up. What did we learn? 34:48 - Q&A -- End -- Thanks to the new OAuth Proxy, developers can write JavaScript gadgets for OpenSocial containers that can securely access Google Data APIs. But did you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes? This session will present a walkthrough of an OpenSocial gadget and will explain the components and their interactions that make such secure access possible. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to:
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