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Reference: Stack Exchange API Authentication Looking for a beginner's tutorial to using the API Yeah the registration form now says, "Website URL is required". So, if you don't have your own website: Enter stackexchange.com as the Application Website. Enter stackexchange.com as the OAuth Domain. This will allow you to use ...


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I forgot to add the scope in the authentication url according to this document https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/authentication#scope 1.Send a user to https://stackexchange.com/oauth, with these query string parameters ◦client_id ◦scope (details) ◦redirect_uri - must be under an apps registered domain ◦state - optional


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I faced the same issue when I was using the stack exchange API to post a message to stack overflow website. I figured I had to post my application on a domain name. I hosted my application on free domain provided by 000webhost.com. You may wish to take a similar approach. After deploying the application on the domain, change the oauth domain and the ...


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Fixing WebBrowser Control I also had the issue of the WebBrowser control handing when trying to login. Although requesting a token in IE (11) works, I found that IE itself also hangs when I put it in IE 7 emulation mode. This suggested to me that my previous attempt to make the WebBrowser control use a newer version had failed. I found this article, Web ...


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That error means that you've used an invalid id or that the settings on your app page are incorrect. Do the following: Go to Your Apps page. You should see your app listed. If it is not, then register a new app. Click on your app's settings page. For example: stackapps.com/apps/oauth/view/3996. Note that only the owner can see a given app's settings ...


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Yes, you can use a local environment to develop. For example, this answer contains a complete start to authenticating an HTML+javascript app. All it requires is for you to run XAMPP (or similar server) on your local machine. If you don't need authorization, you can even host your app on one of the free services. For example, this single-web-page app ...


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In a nutshell and don't know ask me how to write this in C#: That first "500 error" page is normal. You must display that to the user and the user must approve. When the user approves, the page will redirect to a page (nominally stackexchange.com/oauth/login_success) with the access_token in the URL parameters. For example: ...



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