Before you dig into the code, I want to stress that I'm not done! Because of project work and a period of vacation, I will not be able to continue working on it for a month or so. But, I wanted to provide what I had so far. Currently, the code is functional and the example requests and documentation on the Google code page (linked to at the bottom) work. It's ready to be used as a platform to learn on.
I am not a full time developer; I just happen to like writing C# code. That means, I may not have the prettiest, most efficient code. Also, this code may not be secure. I used it to learn with, and yes I considered security requirements while developing it, but I haven't had the chance to review it for security vulnerabilities.
The Google Code Project Home page contains:
- Request and response examples for each endpoint
- A sequence diagram showing which methods called on a particular provider
- A list of top blogs, videos, or other resources I used
- A list of all the files I remember modifying when implementing the OAuth server