Years ago I wrote a proof of concept twitter application that was a Windows Service and it was written in C#.Net. Recently, I’ve been asked to dust it off and finally implement it. In the original application, the config file contained the account username and password ands the developer keys and such. That was before oAuth…
Before I jam a pencil in my eye, is this going to be possible at all with this oAuth crap? As a windows service, running on a remote server, it absolutely must fire up and start performing twitter api stuff on its own without any user intervention. Is this at all possible?
Where is a good high level overview of oAuth?
Where is a good discussion of oAuth implementation for dot net languages?
Thanks in advance.
~ RWA Developer Team