Charles is awesssomeee. Best for Flash but this works too.

Best,

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On Nov 17, 2010, at 4:21 PM, Abraham Williams wrote:

John,

It still works for me. My two suggestions is to make sure you are issuing a POST request to oauth/access_token and check that oauth_bridge_code is getting passed correctly.

You could use a tool like Charles Proxy to verify this information. 
http://www.charlesproxy.com/

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On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 20:57, John Barratt <djo...@gmail.com> wrote:
On 6/10/10 7:17 AM, Abraham Williams wrote:
The functionality is there just not officially supported.

http://blog.abrah.am/2010/09/using-twitter-anywhere-bridge-codes.html
I've had a go at implementing this with ruby & jnunemaker's twitter gem (https://github.com/jnunemaker/twitter), but to no avail.

All other aspects of @anywhere access works fine for me, as does getting access through OAuth for use via the REST API. Just can't get the token & secret for use with OAuth via @anywhere.

Can anyone verify that this functionality does still work & is there any timeframe for it to be officially supported?

Apart from the original slides by Matt & article by Abraham I can't find any more information on it.

For reference I always get a 401, with the message "Failed to validate oauth signature and token". FWIW my server time is fine, and all other OAuth interactions are working fine.

I have tried many variants, but the basic code is :

token="ABC";secret="DEF";oauth_bridge_code="GHI"

oauth = Twitter::OAuth.new(token, secret, :sign_in => true)

access_token = oauth.request_token.get_access_token ({}, :oauth_bridge_code => oauth_bridge_code)

It's at this point that it 401's.

I have verified that I am using valid token & secret, and what looks like a valid bridge code is also obtained & used. But perhaps there is something I am missing here?

Thanks,

JB.


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On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 12:39, Krileon <krile...@gmail.com
<mailto:krile...@gmail.com>> wrote:

I've been reading that it is planned, but is it ever going to happen?
   Facebook does hits, Google Friend Connect does this (subsequently
   provides Twitter login as well through their API), so why can't
   twitters own API? Just pass a authorized key and secret with the
cookie so we can through it through the OAuth request. This is making it an absolute nightmare to provide "single sign-on" for Twitter users as can be done with Facebook connect. 99% sites out there can't only
   superficially log users in with JS "prettiness". They need to be
stored inside the database so access permissions and what have you may
   function.

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