[Lazarus] Writing application that sends things into facebook

Reinier Olislagers reinierolislagers at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 09:27:21 CEST 2012

On 3-9-2012 16:53, Ludo Brands wrote:
>> Start from here: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/
>> The authentication uses OAuth 2.0 which I'm not aware any 
>> implementation of. BigChimp and ludob created an OAuth 1.0a 
>> implementation in fpctwit, maybe you could take that as a 
>> base (though I'm not sure about the effort since I have no 
>> idea about the differences between 1.0a and 2.0).
> I have also written an Oauth2 implementation for the Google API (implemented
> most of the Google Calendar api). Oauth2 is designed to be easier than
> Oauth1 and supported by many more companies that all wanted their own thing
> in the standard. The result is a standard that is lacking portability and
> every Oauth2 implementation is different and needs coding from almost
> scratch. Very little in Oauth1 can be re-used in Oauth2. If interested I can
> sent you the Oauth2 implementation for Google using Synapse for the HTTP
> layer. 

If you want to and your license allows it to, we can add your OAuth2
code to my existing fpctwit repository (if possible perhaps rename it to
fpcoauth).... with some big caveats in the readme about oauth2 being not
one standard but many etc...

Reinier aka BigChimp

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