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Twitter Auto Publish: Post statuses to Twitter without using oAuth

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This package can be used to post statuses to Twitter without using oAuth.

It can send requests to the Twitter site to authenticate on behalf of a given user and post updated status messages.

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Recently, Twitter removed the support to access their API using the user name and password of a given user, making it available using only oAuth authentication method. This has broken many services that did not yet support oAuth.

This class provides an alternative solution for posting Twitter statuses using the user name and password. It does not the API, but rather direct Twitter site access.

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Seems to be not working.
10 years ago (Kumar S)
This is a really useful program
13 years ago (Phil)
I get three PHP compiler warnings upon clicking the "Publish"...
13 years ago (Richard Scotten)
Thanks for this perfect class.
13 years ago (metin Gökta?)