In my last tutorial we worked with the YouTube API, and through the demo application we managed to make requests to that specific Google API. Actually, we created an API key prior to any request, as that key was vital for every request that was about to return data back to our application. This time, we’ll continue working with the Google APIs, and my goal is to show you how to make authorized requests after a user has signed in with the Google in the application.
Building a Video Search App with YouTube API
Last updated on April 18th, 2016It’s a well-known fact that Google provides a big number of electronic products and services that can be used from the simplest end-user, to the most sophisticated one. But further than those who just use the Google services as they’re provided, there are people who need to have a different […]
Accessing Google Services Using the OAuth 2.0 Protocol
Last updated on October 12th, 2018 This tutorial will dive into implementing Google Services using the OAuth 2.0 protocol. Read on!