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|Google Calendar Service Account with PHP API oauth2.0 - How to access calendars that are not shared|
If you want to access private calendars with a service account, you
will need to either perform an authority delegation if you own the
domain containing those calendars
(https://developers.google.com/drive/web/delegation describes it for
drive but it works for calendar) or you will need to share the private
calendar with the email address of the service account.
|HTTP GET: Get Google Calendar Event List via Google Calendar API v3 - invalid key error|
Usually this error is thrown when the key used in the request is
invalid. In the request you have to use the public key not the client
secret(when you want to send the API key). Here is the link for the
documentation on how to get the public key to your application.
Also,here is the link for documentation about the HTTP request for
events get request.
|Google Calendars: method of keeping track of API refresh tokens|
A refresh token is obtained in offline scenarios during the first
authorization code exchange. Even though user has multiple accounts,
refresh token is generated for each google account(even users are
Also, when you are storing the refresh token in your database store
refresh token along with the user ID(google account id) and calendar
ID(even though both ID's are same but in few scenarios,
|Google Calendar - To manage multiple users calendar|
If all the users are on single domain you can use Service Accounts.
Service account belongs to your application instead of to an
individual end user. Your application calls Google APIs on behalf of
the service account, so users aren't directly involved.
If users are not on the same domain, you will need to store
credentials for each user in your application. Here is the link which
|How to get Steam public key?|
I have the same doubt. I'd not tried it yet, but:
curl -X POST "http://store.steampowered.com/login/getrsakey/"
Gives you a RSA key...