The OAuth module provides an
OAuth::Consumer as specified by RFC 5849.
Assuming you have an access token, its secret, the consumer key and the consumer secret, you can setup an
HTTP::Client to be authenticated with OAuth using this code:
require "http/client" require "oauth" token = "some_token" secret = "some_secret" consumer_key = "some_consumer_key" consumer_secret = "some_consumer_secret" # Create an HTTP::Client as usual client = HTTP::Client.new("api.example.com", tls: true) # Prepare it for using OAuth authentication OAuth.authenticate(client, token, secret, consumer_key, consumer_secret) # Execute requests as usual: they will be authenticated client.get("/some_path")
This is implemented with
HTTP::Client#before_request to add an authorization header to every request.
Alternatively, you can create an
OAuth::Consumer and then invoke its
OAuth::Consumer#authenticate method, or create an
OAuth::AccessToken and invoke its
OAuth::Consumer for an example.
Sets up an
HTTP::Client to add an OAuth authorization header to every request performed.
Sets up an
HTTP::Client to add an OAuth authorization header to every request performed. Check this module's docs for an example usage.
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