As I spend time in the Daniweb forums, I see some questions that ultimately come down to the issue of manipulating JavaScript data and a user interface on a website. When you build a GUI that lets your user view, add, edit, and delete data, a common approach is to spend a lot of time copying data back and forth between the JavaScript variables and the user interface. Further, this often involves managing the user interface, such as adding new elements as new data is added. However, often people perform extra work that isn't necessary. In addition to the extra …

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# The nature of this tutorial ... This tutorial is designed to walk you through DaniWeb's implicit (clientside) OAuth flow. This is not designed to be an introductory tutorial to OAuth, and we will expect that you are already familiar with the nature of OAuth and/or have read our tutorial on [Getting started with OAuth 2.0 Explicit Flow](http://www.daniweb.com/web-development/php/tutorials/469804/getting-started-with-oauth-2.0-explicit-flow). The implicit flow allows you to acquire an access token and access the API entirely from within a browser-based javascript application. While this tutorial is specific to DaniWeb's API, we do adhere to OAuth standards, and so the flow should not be …

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