An OAuth 1.0A library written in PHP by @themattharris, specifically for use with the Twitter API.
Important: If you used custom HTTP request headers they should now be defined
'key' => 'value' pairs instead of complete
'key: value' strings.
If you previously used version 0.4 be aware the utility functions have now been broken into their own file. Before you use version 0.5+ in your app test locally to ensure your code doesn't need tmhUtilities included.
Disclaimer: This project is a work in progress. Please use the issue tracker to report any enhancements or issues you encounter.
- Support OAuth 1.0A
- Use Authorisation headers instead of query string or POST parameters
- Allow uploading of images
- Provide enough information to assist with debugging
The library has been tested with PHP 5.3+ and relies on CURL and hash_hmac. The vast majority of hosting providers include these libraries and run with PHP 5.1+.
The code makes use of hash_hmac, which was introduced in PHP 5.1.2. If you version of PHP is lower than this you should ask your hosting provider for an update.
This will be built out later but for the moment review the examples for ways the library can be used. Each example contains instructions on how to use it
0.57 - 11 December 2011
- Fixed prevent_request so OAuth Echo requests work again.
- Added a TwitPic OAuth Echo example
0.56 - 29 September 2011
- Fixed version reference in the UserAgent
- Updated tmhUtilities::entify with support for media
- Updated tmhUtilities::entify with support for multibyte characters. Props: andersonshatch
0.55 - 29 September 2011
- Added support for content encoding. Defaults to whatever localhost supports. Props: yusuke
0.54 - 29 September 2011
- User-Agent is now configurable and includes the current version number of the script
- Updated the Streaming examples to use SSL
0.53 - 15 July 2011
- Fixed issue where headers were being duplicated if the library was called more than once.
- Updated examples to fit the new location of access tokens and secrets on dev.twitter.com
- Added Photo Tweet example
0.52 - 06 July 2011
- Fixed issue where the preference for include_time in create_nonce was being ignored
0.51 - 06 July 2011
- Use isset instead of suppress errors. Props: funkatron
- Added example of using the Search API
- Added example of using friends/ids and users/lookup to get details of a users friends
- Added example of the authorize OAuth webflow
0.5 - 29 March 2011
- Moved utility functions out of the main class and into the tmhUtilities class.
- Added the ability to send OAuth parameters as part of the querystring or POST body.
- Section 188.8.131.52 says the url must be lowercase so prepare URL now does this.
- Added a convenience method for accessing the safe_encode/decode transforms.
- Updated the examples to use the new utilities library.
- Added examples for sitestreams and userstreams.
- Added a more advanced streaming API example.
0.4 - 03 March 2011
- Fixed handling of parameters when using DELETE. Thanks to yusuke for reporting
- Fixed php_self to handle port numbers other than 80/443. Props: yusuke
- Updated function pr to use pre only when not running in CLI mode
- Add support for proxy servers. Props juanchorossi
- Function request now returns the HTTP status code. Props: kronenthaler
- Documentation fixes for xAuth. Props: 140dev
- Some minor code formatting changes
0.3 - 28 September 2010
- Moved entities rendering into the library
0.2 - 17 September 2010
- Added support for the Streaming API
0.14 - 17 September 2010
- Fixed authorisation header for use with OAuth Echo
0.13 - 17 September 2010
- Added use_ssl configuration parameter
- Fixed config array typo
- Removed v from the config
- Remove protocol from the host (configured by use_ssl)
- Added include for easier debugging
0.12 - 17 September 2010
- Moved curl options to config
- Added the ability for curl to follow redirects, default false
0.11 - 17 September 2010
- Fixed a bug in the GET requests
0.1 - 26 August 2010
- Initial beta version
License: Apache 2 (see included LICENSE file)
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- Add good behavior logic to the Streaming API handler - i.e. on disconnect back off
- Async Curl support