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Is it possible to have Twitter authentication working on a Meteor app running on c9.io?


Is it possible to have Twitter authentication working on a Meteor app running on c9.io?

By : mono
Date : November 22 2020, 09:00 AM
like below fixes the issue You need to set ROOT_URL.
Try running your meteor server on c9 with this command:
code :
ROOT_URL=https://your-app.c9.io meteor --port $IP:$PORT --settings settings.json


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Posting twitter updates using basic authentication not working

Posting twitter updates using basic authentication not working


By : user2476395
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue This is correct. They recently adopted OAuth as their sole login platform for 3rd party apps as a security precaution.
Check out their developer area for examples:
Meteor - how to submit an SSL certificate for *client* authentication in Meteor using a POST request?

Meteor - how to submit an SSL certificate for *client* authentication in Meteor using a POST request?


By : Jonse ketela
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps fs.readFileSync works neither in client or server. Checkout Assets.getText to read a certificate from the server. If you want a client to provide a cert to BetFair, prompt for the file using an input and read the text data with Javascript. http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/file/dndfiles/ has a good overview on ways to read files in the browser. Note, some certificates have funky permissions to prevent you from, e.g., uploading the certificate to some browser.
You can process the result as follows:
code :
function (error, result) {
  // From their website, the result is something like {"sessionToken":"Zx8i4oigut5nc+l4L8qFb0DSxG+mwLn2t0AMGFxjrMJI=","loginStatus":"SUCCESS"}
   if (result.data.loginStatus === "SUCCESS") {
     Session.set("botFairSessionToken", result.data.sessionToken);
   }
}
// Handler for a call inside a server method body:
function (error, result) {
  // From their website, the result is something like {"sessionToken":"Zx8i4oigut5nc+l4L8qFb0DSxG+mwLn2t0AMGFxjrMJI=","loginStatus":"SUCCESS"}
   if (result.data.loginStatus === "SUCCESS") {
     Meteor.users.update({_id: this.userId},
             {$set: {"services.botFair.sessionToken": result.data.sessionToken}})
   }
}
Meteor accounts-twitter unable to get working

Meteor accounts-twitter unable to get working


By : vk5
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Here are the steps you need to do to make Twitter auth work with Meteor on Cloud9:
Make sure your application is Public, not private. You can do that by clicking on 'Share', and checking Public next to 'Application' within your Cloud9 workspace Make sure you set the twitter callback as https://-.c9users.io Since Meteor twitter auth package defaults to using 0.0.0.0:8080 (the IP:PORT you start it with) as the callback host, so you need to add the ROOT_URL environment variable. If you're using a Cloud9 runner, you can add environment variables by clicking on the 'ENV' button on the run panel and adding it. Set ROOT_URL to your application's external URL. Otherwise you can just do it within the terminal by typing in: $ export ROOT_URL='https://-.c9users.io/'
Meteor reactivity best practices when working with long running processes

Meteor reactivity best practices when working with long running processes


By : Joalisson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I don't know enough about your exact problem to give a precise answer, so here are my assumptions:
There is a collection called Queue which contains all of the requests being processed. All of the entries in Queue which pertain to the current user are published. A spinner should be shown while any of the user's items are being processed (only slight revision is required if this isn't true).
code :
Template.myTemplate.onCreated(function() {
  this.autorun(function() {
    if (Queue.find({status: 'processing'}).count()) {
      $('#spinner').show();
    } else {
      $('#spinner').hide();
    }
  });
});
<template name="myTemplate">
  {{#unless isQueueEmpty}}
    <div class="spinner"></div>
  {{/unless}}
</template>
Template.myTemplate.helpers({
  isQueueEmpty: function() {
    return Queue.find({status: 'processing'}).count() === 0;
  }
});
Facebook authentication not working for nitrous.io meteor app (node.js)

Facebook authentication not working for nitrous.io meteor app (node.js)


By : user4799344
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I have a meteor app running in a node.js machine on nitrous.io and the facebook authentication is not working. I created a new app in facebook, added Website as platform, set the App domain to machinename.usw1.nitrousbox.com and the Website's Site URL to http://machinename.usw1.nitrousbox.com (machinename is made up, but I have my own site there) and then I used the public & secret key to set the fb auth in running meteor app. This is all similar to how I've setup apps before, yet when I try to login to this nitrous.io app using fb, I get this from facebook: , There are two ways to solve this.
Option 1:
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