In the two previous posts in this series Facebook in a Windows Phone 7 App and Using Windows Live ID in a Windows Phone App you saw how to use “OAuth 2” to authenticate using Facebook and Windows Live Id. Other social networking platforms use “OAuth 1” which is much more involved as you’ll see in this post as we authenticate against Twitter. Once the user has been authenticated your application will have an Access Token which is used to access any of the Twitter APIs. Before we jump in and start to code up our application I think it’s worth covering the basics of “OAuth 1”
Nick is a software architect and developer with experience across a range of technologies, and has a particular interest in the future of rich client and mobile device applications. Nick is a speaker, author, a Microsoft MVP and owner of Built To Roam.
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