[Lazarus] Writing application that sends things into facebook

ik idokan at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 09:33:25 CEST 2012

On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Reinier Olislagers
<reinierolislagers at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
> Ludo,
> 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...

At the moment my application is "public domain", I might change it to
MIT/BSD license

> Regards,
> Reinier aka BigChimp
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