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Description

A Twitter API wrapper for Code Igniter.

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ci-twitter

This is a Twitter API wrapper for Code Igniter.

Currently, this library can do the following

Installation

To install, download and install Splint from https://splint.cynobit.com/downloads/splint and then run the below from your Code Igniter project root.

splint install francis94c/ci-twitter

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From anywhere you can access the CI instance

// Get the below from https://developer.twitter.com/en/apps
$params = array(
  "api_key"             => "api_key_here",
  "api_secret_key"      => "api_secret_key_here",
  "access_token"        => "access_token_here",
  "access_token_secret" => "access_token_secret_here",
  "verify_host"         => true
);

$this->load->splint("francis94c/ci-twitter", "+Twitter", $params, "twitter");

// OR call initialize() with parameters.

$this->load->splint("francis94c/ci-twitter", "+Twitter", null, "twitter");
$this->twitter->initalize($params)

OR Alternatively load with the below steps.

defined('BASEPATH') OR exit('No direct script access allowed');

$config["twitter_config"] = array(
  "api_key"             => "api_key_here",
  "api_secret_key"      => "api_secret_key_here",
  "access_token"        => "access_token_here",
  "access_token_secret" => "access_token_secret_here",
  "verify_host"         => true
)
$this->load->package("francis94c/ci-twitter");

Usage

3 Staged Authentication Process

After loading the package from a controller, call the function below

$token = $this->twitter->requestToken("https://call_back_url"); //  See https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/basics/apps/guides/callback-urls.html for call back urls
if ($token["oauth_callback_confirmed"] == true) redirect($this->twitter->getAuthorizeUrl($token["oauth_token"]));

This will redirect the user to the twitter authorization page. If Authorization is successful, a request will be made to the callback URL of your Twitter App.

In the controller that handles the callback you can then get the access token with the returned oauth_token and the oauth_verifier with the code below

$access_token = $this->twitter->getAccessToken($oauth_token, $oauth_verifier);

var_dump($access_token);

// Output:
// array (
//   "oauth_token"        => "6253282-eWudHldSbIaelX7swmsiHImEL4KinwaGloHANdrY",
//   "oauth_token_secret" => "2EEfA6BG3ly3sR3RjE0IBSnlQu4ZrUzPiYKmrkVU",
//   "user_id"            => "6253282",
//   "screen_name"        => "twitterapi"
// )

// You can then use the oauth_token and oauth_token_secret for requests that need /////user authentication.

Get a User's Info

To get a user's info which is most likely needed just after the 3 staged authentication process when implementing a sign up or sign in with twitter, use the below code the request a user's credential using an oauth_token and an oauth_token_secret.

$credentials = $this->twitter->getCredentials($oauth_token, $oauth_token_secret);

See https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/accounts-and-users/manage-account-settings/api-reference/get-account-verify_credentials.html for the key-value structure of $credentials response variable.

Tweet

To tweet, you simply need an api_key,api_secret_key, access_token and an access_token_secret

Note that access_token and access_token_secret is also referred to as oauth_token and oauth_token_secret. If you've already initialized the API with these values, you can go ahead and tweet with the below code.

$this->twitter->tweet("A Sample Tweet Here.");

This will return true if successful, or false otherwise.

Please see the Wiki at https://github.com/francis94c/ci-twitter/wiki for proper documentation of package methods.

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