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Integrating Web Services with OAuth and PHP by Matthew Frost

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OAuth 1 Implementation

We’ve covered OAuth 1 in detail; you have a general idea of why it exists and how it works. Now it’s time to look at using OAuth 1 in a more practical sense. If you skipped to this chapter and don’t have a decent grasp on the basics of HTTP or a basic of understanding of what OAuth 1 was created to do, I would encourage you to read the previous chapters. This chapter includes a signficant amount of example code. I encourage you to have a clear understanding of any code you didn’t write before implementing it in your own project.

This chapter will cover implementations in a couple of different categories. We’re going to take a look at existing OAuth 1 libraries and how to use them. We will also investigate two framework ...

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