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Localhost test Stack App authentication: error 'redirect_uri' does not match

I tried the answer at "Can the redirect_uri contain port number"? But I am getting the following error: Provided redirect_uri does not match the redirect_uri this code was created with My access ...
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`redirect_uri` is not under the registered domain for this application

I am trying to implement Stack Exchange authorization in my RoR application. But I get the error : redirect_uri is not under the registered domain for this application in Gemfile use: gem '...
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How to use the API to show the user reputation? [duplicate]

How do I use the Stack Exchange API to let my users enter their Stack Overflow URL and then extract their reputation and show it in a profile controller in Rails?
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topstack.io - Learn from some of the most popular questions and answers on Stack Overflow (beta)

Screenshots http://topstack.io About It uses the most popular Stack Overflow questions, and sprinkles it with some spaced recall algorithms. The goal of this spaced recall is to help the student ...
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OBSOLETE - achivy.com, track all your statistics, reputation and badges in one place (now also supports coderwall)

About Time to collect your achivies Achivy adds some fun to your life. It supports Stack Overflow and all Stack Exchange applications, GitHub,Coderwall Ohloh as well as many other ...
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geek score calculator - SO + Github on Rail

I am learning Rails and this is my first application built on Rails 2.3.8. http://g33k.heroku.com License: Free to use Code: http://github.com/utkarsh2012/g33k-score-calculator Platform: Hosted on ...
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Get user data using curb/Curl in Ruby

I am trying to get user data in my Rails app. I am doing this: url_so = "http://api.stackoverflow.com/1.0/users/231917?type=jsontext" curl = Curl::Easy.new(url_so) curl.perform data_obj = ...