Re: Help with Browser string
- I am really sorry I am such a moron guys, but I need some help forming an epiphany here. I have been reviewing pages such as:
Among many other pages on OAuth and what I just don't understand is how most of it even applies to me. I needed and signed up for yahoo credentials for what in my opinion is primarily billing reasons. I have no desire for the user to ever participate in any of this. All I want to do is use Yahoo as the backbone for a Windows 8 applications search functionality. In general there isn't a ton of OAuth code specific to the Windows 8 platform running around out there yet. Yes, there is some, but when there is this massive focus on gaining access to a users data... It just makes it really hard to filter for those of us who don't want that level of access.
I need someone to hit me in the face with something specific to my scenario. I don't want the user to know what is going on and I just can't figure out where that cliff drop between what I want and user data.
--- In email@example.com, "howardjosh1982" <howardjosh1982@...> wrote:
> I have been trying to figure out how to compose a single string to return some xml search results with some difficulty. Either this API can't do what I am attempting to do (seen several other that can) or I am just missing something. In this string I am attempting to get the search results from site:gamefly.com and keyword:sports
> http://yboss.yahooapis.com/ysearch/limitedweb?q=sports&sites=gamefly.com&start=0&format=xml&api_key=[My Consumer Key]
> If anyone could please line me out on this I would really appreciate it. I've been through the documentation and couldn't find an example that could simply be copied, updated with my key, and pasted into a browser address bar to let me see what the results look like.