How to Build a Windows Phone App Part 3: OAuth Tokens and JSON – XDA Developer TV

How to Build a Windows Phone App Part 3: OAuth Tokens and JSON – XDA Developer TV

Fresh from the Windows Phone bureau desk here at XDA Developer TV is another tutorial for how to build a Windows Phone App. XDA Developer TV Producer Lance is here to move forward from the OAuth introduction he gave in Part Two.

Using OAuth permits the end-user to see or agree to a specified third-party request and what type of access they need for the service or app to be functional. So now we learn how to take our OAuth Token and make a request with Webclient to Foursquare’s JSON API and deserialize the JSON feed with JSON.NET to bind the data in to objects.

Be sure to check out the other videos to learn more about building a Windows Phone application:

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Jimmy McGee
Jimmy McGee

As the resident token curmudgeon Senior Moderator of the XDA Forums, get off his lawn. Member of XDA since the Windows Mobile days Jimmy McGee heads up the YouTube channel for XDA dubbed XDA TV. Technology Geek by trade and security analyst by training, he has a lot to say about things found on the internet, some of which can be safely ignored.