Not being able to implement a proper oauth with redirect_uri is really causing big problems for my team/company. On Android I am opening the window, waiting for access_token to be in the parms, then closing the window and applying the access token to my app. I am unable to do this with Apple. We have had to resort to using a password grant type api request to sign in, but this makes it so we are unable to authenticate other inappbrowsers/embeds in the app. We have a really annoying list of requirements and this is the only one we have been unable to meet. My steroids, build, etc are all the newest version as of 9/18/2015.
Where AppGyver excels is in its simplicity. As soon as you open up the Steroids terminal you can create a new project in two lines, and then put your project together right in the terminal. As soon as you start the project you tie it to your phone, which is a dead simple process. Using the AppGyver app you take a quick picture of the QR code on your screen to link up the project to your phone. Changes you make to the code are then updated in real-time, speeding up the development process by making your changes immediately testable.
This QR code method of deploying is also useful for projects where you want to show off your development to customers halfway around the globe. All they need is a QR code and link, and the app is on their phones – without the complexity of other test platforms.