This demo application illustrates how to use the reverse_auth endpoint to generate a user's access token and secret if you are granted access to his ACAccount instance.
The latest version of this project can be found at github.
To use the demo:
- Follow the directions on "Using Reverse Auth" to obtain reverse auth access for your application.
- Add your application's consumer key and secret to TWSignedRequest.m.
- Build and run. Click the button labeled "Perform Reverse Authorization" to execute the token exchange.
This example was created by Sean Cook (@theSeanCook).
Copyright (c) 2012 Sean Cook
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