System: Web, .NET 3.5, C#
Application: oauth from twitter
User experience: the user will logon via oauth and post a comment after logon.
Technical notes: the site to be used is at [url removed, login to view] and a typical page is at [url removed, login to view] So a user will logon into that page and then post a comment on that page after using oauth. This means that the callback url will NOT be the comment page URL. This is because there are thousands of comment pages and just one callback url. So I assume a [url removed, login to view] is needed from a centralised page, and then session or cookies used to determine what page requires the comment. I will leave the technical details to the developer.
I have attached an image showing the final project in demo. It will allow a logon via oauth and then a comnent to be written which is then added to a list of comments below in a datagrid.
Key notes: Oauth must be used in a C# 3.5 Web system. The final demo will allow a user to logon from a range of urls and then post a comment to that url and therefore the callback url will be adjusted accordingly to handle this.
Testing: this will be done at your own server. I will review the source code once the work is coplete.
Final Solution: a Web project in Visual Studio 3.5 .NET c#