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An OAuth 1.0 node.js library suited for 0-legged OAuth.
It provides oauth signature functionality independently as well as an http client which uses it internally to sign requests.
You can be fancy and clone the repo from here, or install npm and run:
npm install oauth-zero-legged
The include you must specify:
require('Signer') or require('Client')


var signerLib = require('Signer');
var signer = signerLib.createSigner("MyUsername", "MyPassword");
var signatureBaseString = signer.calcSignatureBaseString("GET", "http://photos.example.net/photos?file=vacation.jpg&size=original");
var signature = signer.calcOAuthSignature("POST", "http://photos.example.net/photos?file=vacation.jpg&size=original", { "another_param": "its value" });
var authorizationHeader1 = signer.calcOAuthSignature("PUT", "http://photos.example.net/photos", {}, "1419259401");
var authorizationHeader2 = signer.calcOAuthSignature("PUT", "http://photos.example.net/photos", {}, null, "JuXH8bgWisr");


var clientLib = require('Client');
var client = clientLib.Client();
var options = {
    "method":     "GET",
    "url":        "http://photos.example.net/photos?file=vacation.jpg&size=original",
    "headers":    {
        "Content-Type": "application/json"
// with oauth
var my_success_callback = function(response) {
    var responseStatusCode  = response.statusCode;
    var responseHeaders     = response.headers;
    var responseHttpVersion = response.httpVersion;
    var responseBody        = response.body;
var my_failure_callback = function(response) {
    var responseCode    = response.code;
    var responseErrno   = response.errno;
    var responseSyscall = response.syscall;
client.request(options, my_success_callback, my_failure_callback, "MyUsername", "MyPassword");

// without oauth
client.request(options, my_success_callback, my_failure_callback);


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