android / oauth / open source / opentransact / screencast

OpenTransact on Android

Update (June 15): Cyberwire on Google Play App Store Cyberwire is an open source proof-of-concept for OpenTransact on Android. In the screencast, we see the Android app used to transfer 10 imaginary coffeebucks using one OpenTransact provider implementation. Even with a different OpenTransact provider implementation, we see the same functionality accessed by the same Android … Continue reading

Code / heroku / insoshi / screencast

OsCurrency Heroku Deployment

Click To Play “Anyone can run their own financial system.” – Bernard Lietaer at the Naropa Intentional Economics workshop. Thanks to Lee Azzarello, oscurrency can now be deployed to heroku with the master branch. For production use, the edge branch is preferred as previous testing in development and production has been done with edge. Also, … Continue reading

agilebanking / opentransact / screencast

Stupid Currency Tricks: OpenTransact Simple Web Payment

There’s been some good discussion on the Agile Banking list which includes simple web payments. This is like what we did on the previous screencast but simpler (mostly because we’re not using oauth). The use of the callback to confirm the payment can be trouble. The callback could timeout or maybe the merchant is inside … Continue reading

heroku / insoshi / oauth / oauthactiveresource / screencast

Stupid Currency Tricks: Payment Dropbox with OAuthActiveResource

OAuth support with the OsCurrency API was first demonstrated in January. Ruby on Rails developers may have noticed that I didn’t use ActiveResource with OAuth. Instead, in both the January screencast and the Twitter OAuth Consumer screencast, we coded in raw JSON. This was a bummer because, as easy as it is to write JSON, … Continue reading