FireEagle

<?php
$req_url 
'https://fireeagle.yahooapis.com/oauth/request_token';
$authurl 'https://fireeagle.yahoo.net/oauth/authorize';
$acc_url 'https://fireeagle.yahooapis.com/oauth/access_token';
$api_url 'https://fireeagle.yahooapis.com/api/0.1';
$conskey 'your_consumer_key';
$conssec 'your_consumer_secret';

session_start();

// En state=1 la siguiente solicitud debe incluir un oauth_token.
// Si no vuelve a 0 (cero)
if(!isset($_GET['oauth_token']) && $_SESSION['state']==1$_SESSION['state'] = 0;
try {
  
$oauth = new OAuth($conskey,$conssec,OAUTH_SIG_METHOD_HMACSHA1,OAUTH_AUTH_TYPE_URI);
  
$oauth->enableDebug();
  if(!isset(
$_GET['oauth_token']) && !$_SESSION['state']) {
    
$request_token_info $oauth->getRequestToken($req_url);
    
$_SESSION['secret'] = $request_token_info['oauth_token_secret'];
    
$_SESSION['state'] = 1;
    
header('Location: '.$authurl.'?oauth_token='.$request_token_info['oauth_token']);
    exit;
  } else if(
$_SESSION['state']==1) {
    
$oauth->setToken($_GET['oauth_token'],$_SESSION['secret']);
    
$access_token_info $oauth->getAccessToken($acc_url);
    
$_SESSION['state'] = 2;
    
$_SESSION['token'] = $access_token_info['oauth_token'];
    
$_SESSION['secret'] = $access_token_info['oauth_token_secret'];
  } 
  
$oauth->setToken($_SESSION['token'],$_SESSION['secret']);
  
$oauth->fetch("$api_url/user.json");
  
$json json_decode($oauth->getLastResponse());
  
print_r($json);
} catch(
OAuthException $E) {
  
print_r($E);
}
?>

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brianmoreau at uk2 dot net
1 year ago
I have just managed to modify this script to work with the Twitter API...

The changes are...

$req_url = 'https://api.twitter.com/oauth/request_token';
$authurl = 'https://api.twitter.com/oauth/authorize';
$acc_url = 'https://api.twitter.com/oauth/access_token';
$api_url = 'https://api.twitter.com/1.1/account';
$conskey = 'YOURAPPconskey';
$conssec = 'YOURAPPconssec';

And change
#$oauth->fetch("$api_url/user.json");
# verify_credentials
# TO
$oauth->fetch("$api_url/verify_credentials.json");
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kayalshri at gmail dot com
1 year ago
Please refer the oAuth End Points for Top level service providers http://www.cheatography.com/kayalshri/cheat-sheets/oauth-end-points/
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pierre dot mihawk at gmail dot com
27 days ago
In the case you're asking an API which gives you a reusable application key, you'll have to use the "verifier" in the getAccessToken() method, but also the "callback" parameter in the getRequestToken().

<?php
     $request_token_info
= $oauth->getRequestToken($req_url, "<YOU_CALLBACK_URI>");
?>

In my case, once I accepted the form in the Authorize URI, I was redirected to this callback URI with a "oauth_verifier" GET parameter. I injected it into the access token request :

<?php
    $access_token_info
= $oauth->getAccessToken($acc_url, '', $_GET['oauth_verifier']);
?>

I finally obtained an access token that I hardcoded ; it doesn't need any refresh.
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