And where get the users there own keys to use the application with
there own twitter account? (e.g tweet deck)

On 9 Feb., 18:29, John Meyer <> wrote:
> On 2/9/2010 10:03 AM, ryan alford wrote:
> > So you are saying that the user of a third party application must
> > register a completely new consumer key and consumer secret?
> Again, you have your terminology wrong.  They get a completely new set
> of oAuth tokens.  Same as the fact that every user of twitter has to
> register his or her own Twitter username/password
> > So when TweetDeck goes to OAuth, every user will create their own
> > consumer key and consumer secret, therefore, having 10s of thousands of
> > "TweetDeck" applications registered?
> No.  One TweetDeck application is registered.  Those users have just
> authorized TweetDeck to access their application.

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