This project illustrates how to use the Twitter API's reverse_auth endpoint to obtain a user's access token and secret for your application's consumer key and secret.
Note: I created this project prior to the launch of Twitter Fabric. I
am was previously a Product Manager for Fabric, and that product includes reverse auth as well as many other useful features that I've helped developers with over the years. If you're looking for a full-featured Twitter SDK, I highly recommend taking a look at that project.
The latest version of this project can be found at github.
To see the demo in action:
This project uses cocoapods to manage its dependencies.
- Get the code:
git clone https://github.com/seancook/TWReverseAuthExample.git cd TWReverseAuthExample pod install open ReverseAuthExample.xcworkspace
Add your application's consumer key and secret to TWiOSReverseAuthExample-Info.plist under the
Note: Including your consumer secret in a mobile app is a bad idea.
Build and run. Click the button labeled "Perform Token Exchange" to execute the token exchange.
This example was created by Sean Cook (@theSeanCook).
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