Blog posts tagged oauth2
Geotagging at SFO Museum, part 10 – Native Applications
In the same way that we can wrap a traditional web application in a Go program, can we wrap that Go program in a native macOS application? Each platform has its own unique affordances and tolerances. A larger goal for the museum is recognizing the possibilities that each platform affords so that we might be able to treat them as a kind of “kit of parts” to be reconfigured as needed for future projects.
Geotagging at SFO Museum, part 9 – Publishing Data
This post is about the go-www-geotag-sfomuseum application. It adds support for authenticating users and publishing data to any service that supports the OAuth2 standard. For the purposes of this post we’re using GitHub to demonstrate our work because we already publish all our open data on GitHub so it is useful for our geotagging application to be able to write directory to their API. In the future we might update our geotagging application to talk to SFO Museum’s own OAuth2 and API endpoints.
This is a blog post by aaron cope. It was published on May 07, 2020 and tagged sfo, collection, geotagging, oauth2 and golang.