Well, I did get things to fully just in the web browser myself so far, using OAuth 2.0 "token" flow for the DropBox core API. However, the hybrid app blows up both in the simulator and in a real iOS tablet at this point. I got things to run just a little further a few minutes ago allowing me to sign into the DropBox account on their site from the iOS tablet, by configuring a redirect URI on the DropBox site to be file:///views/authorize.html
where "/views/authorize.html" is normally my redirect URI page that handles getting and storing locally the final persistent OAuth2.0 access token. I am still not properly getting back to my app after the redirect as of now however, and I am working on that. There is no way I know at this time to make it all work in the Simulator though, because my redirect URI would have to be http://local/views/authorize.html
, and the DropBox site prevents you from saving a redirect URI that starts with "http" rather than "https" (unless it contains localhost like it would running locally in your browser).
Please let me know if anyone got any further interacting with the DropBox API with a hybrid app.