OAuth 2.0 Support


#81

+1 for oauth2
You’re so lame Twitter :frowning:


#82

+1 for oauth 2.0.
Everybody is using it…


#83

Oauth2.0 guys !!! Come on, let’s do it please !!


#84

+1 for oauth2


#85

+1 for oauth2


#86

OAuth ver 1.0 ? sorry, Twitter, but i do not find in myself sadomasochism inclinations


#87

+1 OAuth 2.0!!! You should do it. Please. Twenty-first century already.


#88

+1 OAuth 2.0. Any news? Why your are ignoring us Twitter?


#89

+1 for OAuth2 ,it wasted me a whole day on OAuth1 , and not done well .


#90

+1 on OAuth 2.0


#91

We want OAuth 2.0! Twi, WTF?


#92

It is 2013 already, where is OAuth2 support???


#93

Hey folks what’s are your estimations on OAuth2 support? Just around what? Weeks? Months? Years? Decades? Just give us some feedback


#94

Why does everyone want oAuth 2. It’s less secure than oAuth 1. Read this http://hueniverse.com/2012/07/oauth-2-0-and-the-road-to-hell/


#95

Seriously, OAuth2 should be supported by now…


#96

Would love to be able to use oauth 2 as well.

Not going to lie, using twitters oAuth 1 implementation wasn’t too tricky compared to linkedIn’s but its still far too much work. (linkedIn have just updated to v2.0) of oauth.

@richardhyland As far as I understand it, oauth 2 is much less strict in the spec so you can make some bad implementations of it if you are not careful whereas oauth 1 had to be pretty locked down.


#97

Hope to have oauth 2.0 this year atleast…!


#98

We now support a portion of the OAuth 2 specification, the client credentials flow. See our announcement on application-only auth for more information: [node:15742]


#99

@MrAntix, et al: I was also curious about OAuth V2, but now I am wondering if issues like these are why Twitter is waiting:


#100

lol, still no oauth2?!