An OAuth 1.0A library for node.js. There are currently a handful of OAuth libraries but I choose to take a different route with how the API is used. The usage is really similar to simplegeo's python OAuth client. It extends the built-in http client which makes signing requests require two extra parameters. The only difference is that requests must have thier body (if present) and a signature provided, the client takes care of the rest. You are responsible for handling the authentication flow, check out this example to see possible uses.
You can be fancy and clone the repo from here, or install npm and run:
npm install oauth-client
The include you must specify is:
Running the tests requires vows. See vows to get started.
- It severely lacks tests (any help appreciated), but for now the signature base string has a couple of tests.
- I had to patch querystring.js to support overriding escape. qs.stringify was using its internal version of escape and it made the implementation ugly without being able to override its behavior.
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Copyright (c) 2009 Ryan Fairchild <ryan.fairchild [at] gmail [dot] com>
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