OAuth 2.0 for Google APIs Makes It Easier for Developers to Obtain User Authorization

Google today announced an experimental support of an easier way for developers to obtain user authorization for APIs: OAuth 2.0 with bearer tokens. Whether you use our updated client libraries or just write to the protocol, you should be able to do more with less code.In addition to supporting a simplified protocol, Google's also introducing […]

Google today announced an experimental support of an easier way for developers to obtain user authorization for APIs: OAuth 2.0 with bearer tokens. Whether you use our updated client libraries or just write to the protocol, you should be able to do more with less code.

In addition to supporting a simplified protocol, Google's also introducing a simpler, cleaner consent page for OAuth 2.0:

OAuth 2.0

"We hope the OAuth 2.0 protocol helps developers deliver just that: powerful applications that make use of user data without compromising on safety or security," stated Google.

Check out documentation to get started with OAuth 2.0.

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