This gem is an OmniAuth 1.0 Strategy for authenticating with the Tumblr API
An example Rails application is available: https://github.com/jamiew/omniauth-rails-app
Register your application with Tumblr.
Important: your callback URL needs to be specified as
The Tumblr API does not respect the dynamic ?oauth_callback URL passed by Omniauth. (related thread)
In order to authenticate with Tumblr in both development and production we recommend registering a "-dev" app with Tumblr which points at localhost:3000 or yourapp.dev (not ideal)
Using services like https://ngrok.com works like a charm.
Get started by adding the Tumblr strategy to your
In a Rails app, add the Tumblr provider to your Omniauth middleware, e.g. in a file like @config/initializers/omniauth.rb@:
Rails.application.config.middleware.use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :tumblr, ENV['TUMBLR_KEY'], ENV['TUMBLR_SECRET'] end
In any Rack app you can add the Tumblr strategy like so:
use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :tumblr, ENV['TUMBLR_KEY'], ENV['TUMBLR_SECRET'] end
Copyright (c) 2011-2012 Jamie Wilkinson
This source code released under an MIT license.