Android Twitter App

by quique123 » Fri, 20 May 2011 10:37:40 GMT


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 Ive been wrestling with this and it seems there is much confusion online 
about this.  Marakana has this code:

1.  https://github.com/marakana/OAuthDemo : Which is a very simple OAuthDemo 
Project in github.

2.   http://marakana.com/static/tutorials/MyTwitter-Part4.zip  : Which is a 
more complete Project at marakana website.

Neither project works on eclipse.  I get the unauthorized 401 error.  My 
twitter account is working fine, i use it daily.
Whats also confusing is that in #1, we use a Twitter-registered Application 
with Key & secret & callbackURL which seems logical.  In #2 however, I have 
been unable to find where in the app that is stored, in order to modify it 
to use my Twitter-registered Application...Any insight?  Pls hlp.

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Re: Android Twitter App

by TreKing » Fri, 20 May 2011 10:50:20 GMT


 




Any insight?


Ask Marakana? This has nothing to do with Android Development using the SDK,
which is what this group is for.

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