Everything required for the "OBP Oauth1 Django"-Example
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Example application (local)
Generate a virtual work environment, and install the required files
$ virtualenv venv $ source venv/bin/activate $ pip install -r requirements.txt
Register with an OBP instance and register a new application. Save the OAUTH_KEY, and OAUTH_SECRET within your environment or patch main/settings.py
Generate a default database, default admin user and start the Django defaults server
Download and install "ngrok" or "local tunnel" (https://localtunnel.github.io/www/) within your development environment, for tests with "HTTPS."
Start Django and your tunnel, and select the provided link in your webbrowser.