Twitter has announced the availability of theming support for Digits, the Twitter-backed phone-based sign-in solution. Twitter introduced Digits in October as part of the company's announcement of Fabric; Fabric is a modular platform developed by Twitter that offers SDKs and tools that developers can use to quickly build mobile applications.
Twitter Digits allows developers to incorporate a phone based sign-in into their applications allowing users to register and sign in using a Twitter-associated cell phone number instead of using the traditional username and password method. Users receive a confirmation message ensuring that they are the person authorized to access the application. Digits is designed so that developers can easily integrate phone-based registration and sign-in into applications and also ensures that users are SMS-verified. Digits also includes a friend finding feature which Twitter says does not share user address book data with third-party applications.
Digits now supports theming which makes it possible for developers to match the appearance of the Digits sign-in to their iOS and Android applications. Only a few lines of code are needed to utilize Digits theming which enables customization of the background, call-to-action button, and select text. In November, ProgrammableWeb published an article covering how to get started with Twitter Fabric and how to integrate Digits into an application.
For more information about the Twitter Digits phone-based sign-in solution, visit Digits.com.
See also ProgrammableWeb's article "Twitter Search Update Exposes Every Tweet Since 2006."