Spring Social
  1. Spring Social
  2. SOCIAL-331

Samples describing authorization in dialogs/iframes

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    • Priority: Minor Minor
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      Description

      There's a strong case for performing authorization such that the redirect doesn't fully replace the application's page in the browser. Perhaps the authorization could be done in a new browser dialog, in a DOM-based dialog, or in an iframe.

      We should provide guidance in using Spring Social in these cases and, if necessary, enhancements to Spring Social to support these cases. This guidance could initially come in the form of new sample applications and, perhaps blog articles describing the process.

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          • Assignee:
            Craig Walls
            Reporter:
            Craig Walls
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