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Description

See oauth_endpoints for a list of popular OAuth endpoints baked into httr.

Usage

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oauth_endpoint(request = NULL, authorize, access, ..., base_url = NULL)

Arguments

request

url used to request initial (unauthenticated) token. If using OAuth2.0, leave as NULL.

authorize

url to send client to for authorisation

access

url used to exchange unauthenticated for authenticated token.

...

other additional endpoints.

base_url

option url to use as base for request, authorize and access urls.

See Also

Other OAuth: oauth1.0_token, oauth2.0_token, oauth_app, oauth_service_token

Examples

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linkedin <- oauth_endpoint("requestToken", "authorize", "accessToken",
  base_url = "https://api.linkedin.com/uas/oauth")
github <- oauth_endpoint(NULL, "authorize", "access_token",
  base_url = "https://github.com/login/oauth")
facebook <- oauth_endpoint(
  authorize = "https://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth",
  access = "https://graph.facebook.com/oauth/access_token")

oauth_endpoints

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