Need Oauth token, no redirect url


I was writting this all in python but since I can’t get the token, I am just stuck here. lol I am actually very tired but I am so behind schedule on the stuff I need to do and I am not sure if i can learn how to get the token in time. I just wanted to mention that if my words sounds slurred or off. lol

I was told to get a redirect url and I have none. I was told to use http://localhost as the redirect url when you are making your app. So I did that and when I was told to use it just brought me over to IIS and it DIDN’T give me my token! I have google searched this and everyone keeps saying use http://localhost and to use that url. What am I suppose to expect when I hit “connect with twitch” on that webpage? Because I don’t get any token at all and it brings me to IIS so I don’t know what I am looking for. i’m sorry you guys. :frowning:

I am willing to pay since I am on a time crunch. I don’t want to pay for the script I want to make but I do want to pay for whomever can take care of this very fast for me so I can focus on the rest of the script. lol The super easy way out but I need that right now. I will also post ads for programmers in my area as well. I just wanted to ask on here since this is some I am trying to do is for twitch and Twitch uses Oath.

I can give you anything you need to access my account. Infact, I will put up all my credential information I have now online.

Name: vgmbot
OAuth Redirect URL: http://localhost
Category: website intergration
clientid: izbr3e0woto5nlw13belle04zsrtvf

And thank everyone who helped me in my last threads. I learned alot and I learned how to make requests in python using the requests package which is python’s curl I guess? Either way, I was finally about to make a request to twitch and get a 400 code back so I am making progress!

If you already have a webserver running on localhost, and haven’t set it up to handle the OAuth process, then yeah it likely wont work as you’re doing other stuff on that port, so use a different one, for example http://localhost:3000 and try again.

You should get redirected back to that URL with various querystring parameters in the URL depending on what auth flow you used, eg,

You now have posted or created at least FOUR different threads on the same issue…

Please continue posting on your original thread NOT making new ones