Hi Alban,

I don't know the specifics about developing in your environment, but you
don't have to pull up the OAuth flow (request token -> authorize -> access
token) after successfully performing it once for the user (unless the user
has explicitly denies your application access).

You should store the access token and access token secret securely within
your environment, and use them when making resource-based requests to the
Twitter API.


On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 7:37 AM, Alban <alban.jou...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Back from holidays.
> So no one know how to do that ?
> On Jul 23, 3:30 pm, Alban <alban.jou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm doing a application where the user can log in twitter and get all
> > his status in a UITableView. After that if he wanna have more
> > information, and do more, he just have to click on a button and a
> > UIWebView appears with the home page of twitter. I wanna know how to
> > be already connected. In fact, actually, the user has to login again
> > in the UIWebView even if he is alreday connected in the application. I
> > have a valid access token (OAuth) so I was wondering if there is a way
> > to send it when I request the home page of Twitter and be logged.
> > Thanks.

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