I would like to allow users to tweet from a public kiosk. I am using C#/WPF with a browser control for user/password,


Just a simple application to gather user’s selections at a public kiosk, then offer to let them tweet about their experience. Using a C#/WPF web browser control, the user would log into twitter, then the application passes a string for the actual tweet. Looking for some sample code / direction. Any help would be greatly appriciated. Thank you!


The simplest integration would just be to launch a web intent to Tweet: https://dev.twitter.com/docs/intents#tweet-intent - but that may run into problems with the WPF control, at least I haven’t heard one way or another whether that would work. You would also need to make sure to clear the cookie store from the web browser control between users, or else they would effectively remain logged into Twitter after Tweeting.

The deeper integration involves using a client library, for example Twitterizer:
You would need to direct the user to the authorization page, have them complete authorization on Twitter’s UI, and then accept a redirect back to your app. The flow for standard web browsers is documented here: https://dev.twitter.com/docs/auth/browser-sign-flow but it should be pretty similar with the web browser control. Once again, you’ll need to make sure to clear the cookie store between users, or else they’ll see the logged in accept page from the previous user.