I saw your repository this morning, it all looks fantastic. I appreciate
the work you've done. I'll probably appreciate it more when I actually get
around to using it
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Isaiah Carew <isa...@me.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> For those looking to implement xAuth for Mac OS X, I've set up a complete
> working demo app. It uses MGTwitterEngine and the OAConsumer libs to do the
> dirty work and just adds enough to implement the new xAuth flow. I've tried
> to keep the code as simple to understand as possible, but it does the
> - Adds the required parameters to the access token request
> - Overloads the request method in MGTwitterEngine with a signed request.
> - Shows how to store the access key in the Mac OS X Keychain.
> - Performs a basic tweet post and fetches the home timeline.
> It's just meant to help people get going and see a complete solution in
> action or a as a resource to compare their own solution. I did one of these
> for OAuth last summer and it was pretty popular, so I figured I'd just keep
> the ball rolling.
> You can see the github repo here:
> And if you're not approved for xAuth you can download a complete Mac OS X
> binary that was compiled with working keys -- in case you just need
> something simple to TCP dump. You can download the binary here:
> I'd be pleased with any sort of feedback, about the code, about the app, or
> just ways that it could be made more approachable for people new to the