@Anywhere does use some elements of OAuth2 for its authentication process
but we've yet to announce any timeline for any other support of OAuth2.
OAuth2 is a gaggle of authentication methods rolled into one, and we've yet
to decide which profiles we'll support.
On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 12:22 PM, D. Smith <emai...@sharedlog.com> wrote:
> I looked at Twitter Anywhere API and it says the API will set the
> cookie 'twitter_anywhere_identity' under my sites' domain.
> This sounds like how the Facebook JS API is doing the OAuth2
> authentication where I then read the value of that cookie on the
> server side and then request data from facebook using that access
> Is this something that will be available soon on Twitter? I am using
> the OAuth right now but I find that cookie based OAuth2 is much easier
> to work with.
> Do you already have this in beta? I would like to try it.