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Published: Oct 14 2013 / 10:18

With application-only authentication, your app is able to make authenticated requests of its own. It doesn't need a user's credentials. Because it doesn't have a user context, it isn't able to do things like status updates, but it can do things like grabbing a user's timeline. In this tutorial, you will learn how.
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