Guys, I'm getting very confused moving to OAuth. I've read and made notes on http://hueniverse.com/oauth/guide/ and http://www.snipe.net/2009/07/writing-your-first-twitter-application-with-oauth/ but I'm missing something that must be obvious to everyone else. I'm using Tijs Verkoyen's Twitter class.
I want to run http://classes.verkoyen.eu/twitter_oauth/docs#statusesusertimeline to get a user's latest tweets. The example code says: <?php // require require_once 'twitter.php'; // create instance $twitter = new Twitter('<your-consumer-key>', '<your-consumer- secret>'); // set tokens $twitter->setOAuthToken('<your-token>'); $twitter->setOAuthTokenSecret('<your-token-secret>'); // get users timeline $response = $twitter->statusesUserTimeline(); // output var_dump($response); ?> but that just looks like you provide everything .. two pairs of authentication codes. Is that right? So my consumer key and secret come from registering the app with twitter, and the token and token secret come from when you authorize the app to use your Twitter account, right, and they come back as GET parameters. I did that probably a few months ago and can't see to re-do that process, is that the problem? If I try to re-run that I get "Woah there! This page is no longer valid. It looks like someone already used the token information you provided. Please return to the site that sent you to this page and try again … it was probably an honest mistake." Anyway, I'm trying the code above and getting back Invalid / expired Token Gizza clue :-) Cheers J -- Twitter developer documentation and resources: http://dev.twitter.com/doc API updates via Twitter: http://twitter.com/twitterapi Issues/Enhancements Tracker: http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Change your membership to this group: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk