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  1. Upton Pickman
    Upton Pickman 11/05/2011 at 7:31 | | Reply

    Thanks a ton for this tutorial.

    I got an error because of the empty checks, but otherwise this is a really clear explenation to get twitter running in a Zend application!

  2. zerkms
    zerkms 21/05/2011 at 8:22 | | Reply

    Thanks for the article.

    But in my implementation I’ve added one more option to the config

    twitter.authorizeUrl = “https://twitter.com/oauth/authenticate”

    This option changes behaviour a little: if user have already given an authentication – then twitter will not ask again for it.

  3. Marco Pivetta
    Marco Pivetta 08/07/2011 at 19:30 | | Reply

    I had to fight a bit to tell Zend Framework 2 that this code was working fine even if just with PHP 5.3 namespaces 😀
    Thank you for sharing, OAuth is still a confusing beast when you have lots of hours of work on your back 🙂

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