Recently Twitter finally made the move which they had been promising for a long time requiring all Twitter applications to utilize Oauth authentication. This has pushed many of the older tutorials on creating twitter clients into obsolescence.
The other day I posted about a very handy open source OAuth authentication library from Google that can be implemented with just a few lines of code. I also found a new tutorial that has been created which goes through the in-depth creation of a simple Twitter client that uses Oauth authentication.
The tutorial utilizes Matt Gemmell’s MGTwitterEngine along with modifications from Benn Gottlieb, you can find the open source project for the modified libraries on Github here:
The tutorial is from Collin Ruffenach and can be found here:
Dealing With The Twitter Oauth Apocalypse
This is a good tutorial if you want to go through the entire building of a complete working Twitter client.
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