Practically Groovy, SwingBuilder and the Twitter API, Part 2
Working with HTTP Basic authentication and the ConfigSlurper
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Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: November 17, 2009
In this Practically Groovy article, Scott Davis continues building the Groovy Twitter client named Gwitter that he began in Part 1. This time, he tackles HTTP Basic authentication and use of Groovy's
ConfigSlurper to read in configuration settings.
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