I guess it would be nice to know the Twitter team's plans for this
sort of thing. Sooner than later, all users (whether they are on 3rd
party clients or Twitter apps) are going to want secure transmissions.
I guess if passwords aren't being sent it's not as big of a deal
though - which brings me back to my other question about session
On Jan 27, 8:54 pm, Cameron Kaiser <spec...@floodgap.com> wrote:
> > 2. There seems to be some confusion (at least from a user / third-
> > party developer perspective as to how complete SSL support is. Is
> > every API command available over SSL? Would this change the above
> > snippets at all (aside from the obvious difference in URL (http ->
> > https)?
> I don't know about the authentication question, but it seems to me that
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