Forum Activity for @dannya

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@dannya
05 Dec 2017 09:25:34AM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

So, just to be clear, I only need an app key if someone is developing a MOBILE app? You don't need it for regular api access?
Correct? I think that's where I was confused.
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 04:36:46PM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

I think so. So I only need an app key if it's a mobile app? Although it's possible at some point, it's not the most common scenario. Most will be connecting from other web apps. i.e., to sync their application/database with mine. For example to, users in my music label quota have their own rights management and royalty systems. They need to update records when they distribute something to me, so I need them to write to my song api. Regular fans in my fan quota would not have the ability to write to those records.

Eventually, I would like to let third party developers create apps for certain things. For example, somebody wants to write an Alexa skill and it requires api access. And somebody else asked if they could make an mobile app that just delivered their feed.
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 01:28:56PM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

So, can you recommend a solution? I need users from one of my quotas to be able to connect directly through api. Would you suggest:
- Building a simple app key generator that is accessible to the quota
- Finding a different api solution
- Jamroom is not designed to handle multiple users accessing through the api.
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 01:02:55PM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

Perhaps my wording was incorrect. I was trying to give users the ability to create their own app. I assumed they would need to generate keys for their app.

For example, if I want someone in one of my quotas to be able to update a song title via the api. Only users of a specific quota can update song title.
Their application would need a key to connect to the api. They they would log in via their application, and if their credentials were with a quota that allowed them to update the song title, the could make a put request.
But first they need an application key. And it seems at the moment, I have to create the keys for each user that wants to connect their application to the api. There is no way for them to create their own app key.
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 12:24:26PM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

1. Not a big deal, but never seen one shorter than 32 characters. And I want app developers to feel secure.
2. To generate their own keys. The apps will be dependent on their quota. I don't want to have to manually create keys for every user. Was hoping they could generate a key from their account settings.
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 12:14:04PM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

No, in both cases I referring to the proxima application keys.
/api/app_browser
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@dannya
04 Dec 2017 11:02:00AM
584 posts

User api key


Proxima

1. is there any way to increase the default length of the keys generated?
2. How can I let a user generate keys associated with his account/quota?
updated by @dannya: 08 Mar 2018 07:04:06PM
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@dannya
11 Nov 2017 07:48:06AM
584 posts

Notifications by quota


Jamroom Developers

I have a custom module that has a notification, Is there any way to show the notification options for that notification options to specific quotas?
updated by @dannya: 09 Feb 2018 04:11:09PM
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@dannya
13 Sep 2017 11:31:33AM
584 posts

User signup not firing listeners


Proxima

When creating user with proxima, signup creation and signup activation listener not firing.
updated by @dannya: 16 Dec 2017 10:40:59AM
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@dannya
22 Jun 2017 11:03:20AM
584 posts

Cloud 2.0


Using Jamroom

Thanks. Appreciate it. As it gets closer, hopefully we'll have a better idea of how it will impact our existing implementation. But I think its a valuable piece of the puzzle.
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