Hey Behi,

It’s XAuth: http://dev.twitter.com/pages/xauth .

-ev

On May 28, 2011, at 14:05, Behi wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> Some apps (e.g. TwitBird for iPad) have a very simple and
> straightforward authentication process: once a user downloads and runs
> the app, it asks for his username and password and then it
> automatically logs in the user, and adds the app to the list of his
> authorized applications in http://twitter.com/settings/applications.
> 
> Can this be done with OAuth? Right now I glimpsed over the OAuth docs
> for Twitter as well some tutorials on the Web, but apparently they all
> open up a browser and redirect users to Twitter and ask him to
> explicitly grant Twitter access to the app.
> 
> Is there a way to use OAuth, but provide a smooth all in-app user
> experience to the user like TwitBird does, and if so, where can I find
> more about it?
> 
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