I've setup a Twitter app and placed the appropriate Consumer Key and Consumer Secret strings in the settings of admin/config/services/twitter/settings.
I'm able to make twitter 1 api requests just fine, such as
drupal_http_request('https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/oembed.json?id=507185938620219395'); Using api.twitter.com/1.1, however, causes a
215 Bad Authentication error.
Obviously I'm not passing the necessary data to authenticate myself, but how do I go about doing that? All my google searching comes up with Drupal situations utilizing modules which do everything from the UI, or code examples which use php libraries such as Twitteroauth.
I should add that I am running a localserver test site and have setup my app's callback as both http://127.0.0.1:8000/twitter/oauth or the domain name I have setup in etc/hosts on my linux server. Neither seem to help, but both are accepted just fine in the twitter settings.
Lastly, I have been getting the following Notice on admin/config/services/twitter:
Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in user_access() (line 808 of /var/www/twitcher/modules/user/user.module). (as well as lines 820, 821, 827 and 830)
I only began seeing this 2 days ago, and have been unable to figure out exactly what is causing this (I've seen other threads about the same notice, usually relating to Administrative Views, but nothing on the Twitter module).
What is preventing authorization here?