I’m posting this question on behalf of a colleague who is an experienced user of the Embarcadero (ex Borland) C++ Builder suite. He has seen me display Lock in a Xamarin Forms app and in a .NET WPF desktop program using the IBrowser interface and a WebBrowser control (see this thread). He wants to use Lock in a Windows desktop program the same way I have, but there is no C++ SDK and I can’t figure out how to translate my .NET desktop code into C++ and use his equivalent web browser control.
I’m hoping that because the C++ Builder platform includes a web browser control, it can be used to display Lock, perform authentication and return the tokens and claim data to the parent program. Is this feasible? Or do I need to make HTTP calls to the low-level API? Any technical guidance on how to proceed in this situation would be most welcome.