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Step by step 3Legged OAuth Flow Complete Code

Hello developers, I am very beginner in ring-central development. can any one have a step by step code. how to authenticate web server application with 3Legged OAuth Flow sandbox account login.

i have a web server application in developer's my apps.

any help would be appreciated!! 
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Tyler Liu answered ·
https://github.com/ringcentral/ringcentral-demos-oauth This repository contains demos and instructions for several programming languages/frameworks.
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ashok-thandavamoorthy answered ·
Hi Jacob,

Did you able yo implement 3 Legged OAuth Authorization Code flow. If so can you share your ideas on how to implement.

Thanks,
Ashok
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Anirban Sen Chowdhary answered ·

For web-based applications, the OAuth 2.0 authorization code flow is supported in RingCentral . Once you creat the app in developer portal and your app support grant_type =Authorization code, you can easily test the API in tools like postman by configuring the parameters, and callback uri provided here should be exactly same callback uri that you created during the app creation along with details like client id, secret.

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