Accessing a RESTful API secured with OAuth 2.0 from the Linux Terminal

Accessing an OAuth 2.0 protected web API requires an access token to be passed in the request's authorization header. From the terminal, if you do not already have an access token, this would mean hitting a given endpoint, copying the access token, and using it in subsequent requests. All of these may seem fine if … Continue reading Accessing a RESTful API secured with OAuth 2.0 from the Linux Terminal

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