To enable Twitter or Google ID Services with Caspio, you first need to register your application for each provider. Once registered, the same identification codes and keys for each ID Service can be used in your Caspio Authentications and Connections. Note that OpenID does not require any registration.
Register a Twitter Application
- Open https://apps.twitter.com and sign in to Twitter with an activated account.
- Click Create New App and fill in the required App information fields. The Name field displays your application name to your users. The Description field refers to your application description. The Website field is the URL of your public application.
- In the Callback URL field, enter the URL of your Caspio Bridge site (b1, b2, b3, etc.) in the following format: https://YOURSITE.caspio.com/dp.asp.
- Review the Twitter Developer Agreement and check Yes, I have read and agree to the Twitter Developer Agreement. and then click Create your Twitter application.
- Fill in other application information as necessary.
- Click manage keys and access tokens link or open Keys and Access Tokens tab.
- Note the Consumer Key (API Key) and Consumer Secret (API Secret), as you will need those values when you enable Twitter ID Services with Authentication in Caspio.
Register a Google Application
- Open https://console.developers.google.com/cloud-resource-manager and sign in to Google with an activated account.
- Select CREATE PROJECT. Name your project and click Create.
- Open API & Services in the left menu and go to Credentials.
- Open OAuth consent screen.
- Fill in the information for your new Client ID. Email address is a mandatory field. The Product name will be displayed to end users. It is not necessary to fill other fields on this screen. Click Save.
- Click Create Credentials and choose OAuth clientID.
- Select Web application type.
- Enter the URL of your Caspio Bridge site (b1, b2, b3, etc.) in:
- Authorized redirect URIs in format https://YOURSITE.caspio.com/dp.asp
- Click Create and note the client ID and client Secret, as you will need those values when you enable Google ID Services with Authentication in Caspio.
Note: The points provided in this article are for reference purposes only. The third-party provider may update their user interface at any time. If you need further help setting these up , please refer to the providers support site.