AFNetworking Extension for OAuth 1.0a Authentication
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Twitter OSX Example Client
Twitter iOS Example Client

Extremely Experimental - Do Not Use In Production

This project is still under active development, but feel free to look around if you're curious. This will likely be merged with AFOAuth2Client once it is completed.


Add all of the included files into an iOS project with AFNetworking. AFHTTPClient should replace the existing copy in your current AFNetworking installation.

Register your application to launch from a custom URL scheme, and use that with the path /success as your callback URL.

Here's how it all looks together:

AFOAuth1Client *twitterClient = [[[AFOAuth1Client alloc] initWithBaseURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""] key:@"..." secret:@"..."] autorelease];
// Your application will be sent to the background until the user authenticates, and then the app will be brought back using the callback URL
[twitterClient authorizeUsingOAuthWithRequestTokenPath:@"/request_token" userAuthorizationPath:@"/authorize" callbackURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"x-com-YOUR-APP-SCHEME://success"] accessTokenPath:@"/access_token" success:^(AFOAuth1Token *accessToken) {
    NSLog(@"Success: %@", accessToken);
    NSLog(@"Your OAuth credentials are now set in the `Authorization` HTTP header");
} failure:^(NSError *error) {
    NSLog(@"Error: %@", error);


Mattt Thompson


AFOAuth1Client is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.