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Andrea, I notice you have done an Auth0 tech note many thanks.
Is there a way of removing the access token once a user is logged in? so that the user is essentially logged out and/or force them to login again? Or does the logout endpoint do this?
I have tried using the Auth0 logout endpoint - which appears to send (text connection responds with ok) - but doesn't appear to remove the token, or log out the user?
Andrea, this is really useful many thanks. I have re-worked into a deployed application - and works great. I shall build in this.
I am trying to build a 'login and password' capability to allow access to authorised users to an app - so that data, stored in the cloud can be downloaded into the app.
I have considered writing a 'logon' application but would require hashing techniques and an online secure database - I have chosen instead to use Auth0 - an online identity management as a service.
The attached app - opens the universal login interface from Auth0 in a web view - and I have successfully logged in (according to Auth0) - I haven managed to get the redirect uri to work however. I am stumbling in two parts:
1) The application doesn't appear to run on the phone in Creoplayer (more than once) - I am not sure if this is related to 'web history, cookies, or locally held tokens? or something else. - the app does run in the simulator on Creo on the Mac (at least once!).
2) Once authorised I can't work out how to handle the redirect uri that Auth0 issues - and open the meat of the app (loading window)
I have tried to implement the handling of opening the main page in the app using an incoming URL - (openurl) - but either I have got this wrong or because the redirect is coming from inside the app - the openurl isn't applicable...
My aim is to have user authentication incorporated into an iPhone app -
I have attached my app - below!
Any thoughts gratefully received
Andrea, this is fantastic many thanks for your help
Does anyone have a working example of uploading an image from the app to Cloudinary?
I have followed an example posted on these forums that uploads to Imgur. But I haven't been able to replicate success with Cloudinary!
Attached is my attempt!
Is there a way of changing the data in the data grid programatically?
I would like to amend the data in the datagrid in response to a slider, or input from the user in the final application in real time.
Many thanks. I have now upgraded to the 1.0.0 - I'm still unlicensed (waiting until I can get the build working).
The build appears to get to the App Store Connect now and is processed succssfully - but doesn't get to TestFlight -
The following message comes from Apple -
Missing beta entitlement - Your app does not include the beta-reports-active entitlement. If you intend to distribute this build via TestFlight for beta testing, please re-build this app with an App Store Distribution provisioning profile. Do not use ad-hoc profiles.
I am building with:
Package Distribution: iOS App Store Distribution
Signing Identity: iPhone Distribution: in my name
Provisioning Profile: iOS Provisioning Profile (Distribution)
I've designed an app. Building it generates the correctly provisioned .ipa file.
Using the apple application loader app - I get this error form iTunes connect.
It suggests that there is not a 76x76 icn in png.
I used the icon generator in the Creo icon dialog... the icon named email@example.com is actually 152x152 pixels - if I replace it with a 76x76 then I get the message that the bundle doesn't include a 152x152 icon...
I am planning to use testflight - to test my app - will the build still work for test flight?
This structure works...
Airtable.host = AirtableURL + "/" + Record;
Airtable is a HTTPClient - that has the Airtable base URL (using the query for the air_key)
AirtableURL is the base URL in a variable
Record is the unique id of the record (as used by Airtable)
Airtable.Request is the HTTPRequest call
(I'm using a variation of the LetsCook tutorial - using a HTTPClient instead of the local SQL - and still struggling to get the HTTPRequest to update the second window...)
I am using the HTTPClient and HTTPRequest to connect to Airtable API.
The connection works - if I use the api_key as a query
And the request returns all the records in an airtable base
I am trying to restrict the HTTPRequest to querying for only one record in the base. I can’t work out how to configure the HTTPClient with a ‘variable’ - the API takes the record id as part of the url.