Twitter - velruse.providers.twitter

The Twitter provider combines authentication with OAuth authorization. It requires a Twitter Application to have been created to use. Twitter only provides the twitter screen name and id, along with an OAuth access token.

Twitter Developer Links:


Twitter application consumer key
Twitter application secret

POST Parameters

Complete Example:

<form action="/velruse/twitter/login" method="post">
    <input type="submit" value="Login with Twitter" />

Pyramid API

Twitter Authentication Views

class TwitterAuthenticationComplete(profile=None, credentials=None, provider_name=None, provider_type=None)[source]

Bases: velruse.AuthenticationComplete

Twitter auth complete

add_twitter_login(config, consumer_key, consumer_secret, login_path='/login/twitter', callback_path='/login/twitter/callback', name='twitter')[source]

Add a Twitter login provider to the application.

add_twitter_login_from_settings(config, prefix='velruse.twitter.')[source]