Use oauth to get an access token. Once you've gotten the access token by the user approving the app to act on their behalf, that user need not be authenticated again. You only need the access token that you got through the original oAuth handshake.

On 3/31/2010 3:59 PM, Edward Caine wrote:
Hello all,

I'm writing a desktop client for very specific people i.e. only the
staff of my website - I'd like to be able to access the API using my
app, which is registered, and for it to say "via LateMusic.org" under
the tweet.

What I don't want to do is have the user authenticate before typing
the tweet - I just want them to be able to tweet.

How do I do this using OAuth and PHP?

Many thanks
Edd





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