After discovering some of the insecurities of using Parse.com to store data, I’ve been researching techniques to use to make applications more secure. Here are just some of my findings to help make your application more secure.
Following on from my earlier tutorial on Tweet Button Callbacks, I’ve expanded on how you can track tweets on your website or application using Web Intents and the Twitter API. Sample code and working example included.
I wanted to reward users for tweeting, but didn’t want to use the full Twitter API and OAuth authentication. I found a simple solution that triggers a callback when a user tweets using the standard Tweet button.