[OAUTH-WG] Dailymotion API using OAuth 2.0 draft 10

Olivier POITREY <rs@dailymotion.com> Wed, 27 October 2010 00:25 UTC

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I'm proud to announce that Dailymotion released the first beta of its new API fully based on OAuth 2.0 draft 10. We are sticking 100% to the spec (we hope) and are supporting all client profiles. It's currently in beta, some parts are not polished yet (i.e.: authorization page is not skinned) and only a few methods are available but the basics are there and fully functional.

The documentation of our API can be found here:


Here is the part specific to OAuth 2.0:


We have client SDKs for PHP and Objective-C already available on GitHub (http://github.com/dailymotion). We will add Javascript, Python, Actionscript and Android SDKs soon.

We are very interested by feedbacks about our implementation before it goes final.

<teasing>BTW, our API implements some interesting cache mechanism, but this is OT :)</teasing>