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Do you encode the cookie so that no one can change it?
The end-points are the same, by the way. Just change 'api.myspace.com' to 'api.msappspace.com' -- if you want to verify, you can use the API Tool.
Check the other Actionscript threads here or do a search as I'm sure I listed the calls that I got to work somewhere while back.
You can retrieve AppData - again the call is in the forum somewhere - but updatings more of a struggle - again check threads
(Search box is at top of forums and I'd start with Actionscript then if its not ...
I've been approved, but I do not see a "Build and Submit" section. I see Build, but when I go there it asks for me to submit my information again. Where is this "Build and Submit" section?
Yes, I am logged in through the email account I registered with.
You think it would be a good idea to enhance the API to return at least the
number of new items instead of a boolean value? What I am thinking is that it's
better to display to the user "You have X new messages" than
"You have new messages". Plus, say an app polls every 5-10 minutes or
so the ...
That basically is what we do. The install URL is the only one that does the authentication part and sets the cookie in our app. If the cookie isn't set on other pages then we simply show a page with the App Profile Link and tell the user they have to install the app first.
First, from the Application Guidelines:
In addition, any portion of your MySpace Applications and MySpace Application Content [..] must not [...] contain or create SCRIPT tags pointing to external sources except those that are explicitly allowed;
Second, the MDP isn't an extension of iGoogle - it's a seperate and distinct platform.
Description should be fixed. I tested it, and it worked. Still working on the app name, sorry for the delay.
Thanks but I just tried it and it does not work.
This is what I am trying to change it to
"Search, Vote & Send ...
Its not under the App guidelines or developer ToS - the restriction is based on the ToUA and the advertising guidelines -- MySpace does not allow the advertising of dating services to minors, or soliciting information from minors in connection to such services. In some states (and a couple of countries as well) it's illegal to not ...
Could you point me to the tool you mentioned. That's exactly what I was looking for I guess...