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A Short History of API Authentication (and where it's going): from HTTP basic to OAuth 2.0 | Apigee

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OAuth and .Net | CleanCode NZ

OAuth and .Net | CleanCode NZ | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
Examples of implementing oauth in asp.net wcf service and client using Eran Sandler OAuthBase.cs...
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Asp.net and OAuth simple example without existing Library - Stack Overflow

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Getting Started with OAuth | Twitterizer

OAuth is a protocol designed to allow applications access to sensitive information while retaining control and security for the user.

When using OAuth, you will not ask your users for their username or password. Instead, you will deal with a series of tokens. You can think of these tokens as a kind of username (aka token) and password (aka secret), except the user won’t know or see them. There are three sets of these tokens: request, access, and consumer. The consumer tokens (usually referred to as consumer keys, but I like to be different) are assigned to you on a per-application basis. They will act as the username/password your application will use to identify itself. The request token (there is no password disposable and are valid only long enough to complete the authentication process (hopefully this will be clear by the end). The access tokens are the values you will need to keep. These are your keys to the user’s information. Treat these as the user’s credentials.

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OAuth UML Sequence Diagrams

OAuth UML Sequence Diagrams | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
Here’s two diagrams i found describing the OAuth Workflow. The first is from dev.twitter due to @idangazit. I found the second on a Japanese website, I believe it is sourced at a VERY COOL we...
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Twitter API Tutorial: Hello Twitter OAuth with PHP

Twitter API Tutorial: Hello Twitter OAuth with PHP | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
This is the simplest possible path to using Twitter OAuth with PHP. It’s not that mysterious once you have all the steps in one place.
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Demystifying OAuth - CodeProject

Demystifying OAuth - CodeProject | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
An attempt to know under-the-hood of Open Authorization protocol; Author: Paramesh Gunasekaran; Updated: 30 Nov 2010; Section: C#; Chapter: Languages; Updated: 30 Nov 2010...
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Painless OAuth with PHP - PHP OAuth API package blog - PHP Classes

Painless OAuth with PHP - PHP OAuth API package blog - PHP Classes | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
OAuth is a widely used protocol to access APIs of certain Web sites on behalf of users of those sites...
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Integrating Twitter Into An ASP.NET Website Using OAuth - 4GuysFromRolla.com

This article, by Scott Mitchell, shows how to use the open source Twitterizer project to integrate Twitter into an ASP.NET website using OAuth.
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Implementing OAuth with PHP

Shows how to be an oauth consumer and provider from PHP - OAuth 1 - including handling of tokens, secrets, and handling the workflow for devices.
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Twitter OAuth Example

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This tutorial is for programmers who are struggling with code that needs to interface directly with an OAuth flow. This is not a general introduction to OAuth. Yahoo, Google, Twitter and LinkedIn a...
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How to Authenticate Users With Twitter OAuth | Nettuts+

How to Authenticate Users With Twitter OAuth | Nettuts+ | oauth beginner | Scoop.it
Beginning August 16th, Twitter will no longer support the basic authentication protocol for its platform.

 

see also http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/tutorials/twitter-app-oauth-php/

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