B4A Library OAuth library

This library wraps the oauth-signpost open source project.
Using the OAuth object you can sign Http requests as required by some servers.
See this page for more information about OAuth: OAuth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Example of using OAuth to communicate with Dropbox is available here: http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/basi...android-dropbox-oauth-tutorial.html#post59994

Installation instructions:
- Download the attached file.
- Copy OAuth.xml and OAuth.jar to the internal libraries folder: C:\Program Files\Anywhere Software\Basic4android\Libraries
 

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bluedude

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I assume this is just a simple implementation without support for the Twitter oAuth 2.0 stuff? Or can it be used for Twitter etc. for posting updates?

Cheers,
 

bluedude

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Nice but eh does your library support this kind of stuff:

OAuthProvider provider = new DefaultOAuthProvider(
"http://twitter.com/oauth/request_token",
"http://twitter.com/oauth/access_token",
"http://twitter.com/oauth/authorize");

I couldn't find that.
 

thedesolatesoul

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Nice but eh does your library support this kind of stuff:

OAuthProvider provider = new DefaultOAuthProvider(
"http://twitter.com/oauth/request_token",
"http://twitter.com/oauth/access_token",
"http://twitter.com/oauth/authorize");

I couldn't find that.

I think it does.
When you do Oauth.
I think this is equivalent to the first URL. HttpUtilsService.OAuth.Initialize(developerKey, developerSecret)
And this is to the second URL.
HttpUtilsService.OAuth.SetTokenWithSecret(tokenKey, tokenSecret)
 

fabioferreiracs

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where i found the ABC to send a post to twitter and retrive my twits ? ABTwitter dont retrive the date of twits, its is bad !
 

Marco Nissen

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I think it does.
When you do Oauth.
I think this is equivalent to the first URL. HttpUtilsService.OAuth.Initialize(developerKey, developerSecret)
And this is to the second URL.
HttpUtilsService.OAuth.SetTokenWithSecret(tokenKey, tokenSecret)

how can it do that?

OAuth does not provide a wrapper for OAuthProvider ,so I don't see how the provider and the respective URLs can be set.

Please provide some help, because I am struggling how to get oauth running with b4a
 

tsteward

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will this or has this library been updated to oauth v2?
 
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