I would like to create an application using Live SDK, Live Connect allows usage of REST API's for your applications but it is necessary to provide a Web Browser or a control acts as Web Browser to sign-in users in order to obtain token for your application, due to nature of usage as stated here; http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/live/hh826
is it possible to accomplish such task?
Thanks in advance,
You don't actually need a browser, you need the ability to handle HTTP requests.
Check out the HTTP Sample ( C:\Users\Public\Documents\Pss\sample\Network\Htt
I presume the OP's question is regarding this step:
When Live Connect receives this call, it checks to see if the user is already signed in. If not, the user is prompted to provide his or her Microsoft account credentials.
After the user successfully signs in and consents to the requested scopes, the Live Connect authorization web service uses the redirect domain to return the user to your app. If you're using the implicit grant flow, you'll see this.
Yes, exactly as niwrA stated. All of the Live Connect sign-in scenarios supports OAuth Type that utilizes a User Agent such as Web Browser. You can check it out from here ; http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/live/hh243
Are there any suggestions how to handle sign-in scheme using PSS?