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Microsoft DevRadio: (Part 10) APIMASH – Twitter API Starter Kit for Windows 8

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Abstract: AppBuilder_Rewards_180x150_V1Tara Walker shares with us her Twitter API Starter Kit for Windows 8 in this APIMASH episode. Watch this quick demo on how to get started with this workable app template and get started today building your own app.

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  • A very descriptive and useful API and demo
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  • A very informative and useful demo , I was looking exactly for this,

    ONe question?

    How to de-authorise after log in , it  always remember user after first login, what if someone want to logout and someone else wants to login?

     

     

     

  • Hi kunzumMisha:

    To allow for someone to "logout" and have someone else "login"; Add a RemoveAuthenticate or UnAuthenticate function and delete user settings stored in ApplicationData.Current.LocalSettings.  Look at VerifyAuthenticatedUser() function in the ViewModel code for the line commented out that would accomplish this.

    Thanks,

    TEW - @taraw

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