While clicking through the website I landed on our Google+ Page :
It's pretty empty and outdated, what should we do about it ? We could
gather there all our screencasts maybe ? Or just close it.
I had planned a release for the AeroGear.js library(2.1.0) next week, but i might push it back a week.
This release is mostly about the work we have been doing regarding the client libraries for the Sync Server, https://github.com/aerogear/aerogear-sync-server.
The reason for the push back is i want to refactor the code slightly to not use the "Array Pattern"(for lack of a better word) that it currently uses, this was also discussed in general for the whole library here: http://lists.jboss.org/pipermail/aerogear-dev/2015-February/010894.html
even those this api is experimental and is ok to change without a major release, i would like to start it using the new pattern than we discussed in the above linked thread.
Good morning, the deliverables of AGSEC 1.4.1 were programmed for today,
but will be delayed in 1 week. The reason is the fact that I'm still
work in some items.
The overall documentation will be released and coordinated with the
release of our new website.
Thanks for understanding.
After finding a critical bug in the oauth2 1.0.2 release we’ve release 1.0.3 today to fix it
AGCORDOVA-69 <https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AGCORDOVA-69> The plugin gives compilation errors on gradle build
Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks to everyone that helped with testing
I recently wrote a Cordova plugin that retrieves a Oauth2 token on
Android using Google Play Services. The advantage of this approach is
it leverages the single-sign-on capabilities of android, and the app can
retrieve the Oauth2 token without requiring Authentication from the
user. I blogged about it here:
Using a promise-based API it's fairly trivial to fallback to a
traditional Web authentication/authorisation for the Oauth2 token when
the google-play-services approach isn't supported.
I'm aware the aerogear team has a Oauth2 cordova plugin , but it's
not clear to me if the google-play-services integration is supported.
If the Aerogeam would find it useful, I'd be more than happy to provide
a PR to the aerogear cordova plugin providing such integration.