Apigee OAuth API with Support for Twitter


Hi everyone -

Some of you might be familiar with Apigee through the Twitter API Console, which you can find at https://dev.twitter.com/console. The API Console provides an easy way to view and learn the entire API, see request / response pairs, share them and debug faster. I wanted to drop a line in the list because we just launched a new tool to make handling OAuth across multiple APIs easier, and have added support for Twitter.

OAuth API is designed to make it easier to deal with OAuth by letting you quickly and easily authenticate across several APIs. It works by allowing you to delegate the OAuth dance to us, then use a keychain and our client libraries to invoke multiple APIs in a consistent way with less code. The OAuth API supports Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Salesforce’s REST and Chatter APIs, with Java, Javascript and Objective C libraries. You can start playing with it here: http://developer.apigee.com/ and if you’d be open to providing some feedback, join our Beta Users group at http://groups.google.com/d/forum/apigee-beta. Specifically interested in feedback around getting your app set up with Twitter and how well the docs worked for you in getting up and running.

Thanks for reading! :slight_smile:

shanley -at- apigee.com


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