On 9/6/10 4:56 AM, Donglt wrote:
> I'm a web developer, I've made a module that shows up tweets on site.
> The module uses Twitter basic auth, means user, whom uses my module in
> his site, have to input his Twitter username and password in the
> module configuration. But with OAuth, does he have to register the
> module with Twitter app to get Comsumer Key and Secret instead of
> username & password? How can he use username & pw as currently?

I strongly recommend against this and I don't think that Twitter would
allow it anyway. But, for your information, you would use xAuth for this.

But, like I said: it won't be allowed. Just do the OAuth dance like any
other application is supposed to do :-)


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