Twitter Application Only Auth API for Laravel, which is documented here: https://dev.twitter.com/oauth/application-only. With Application-only authentication you don’t have the context of an authenticated user and this means that any request to API for endpoints that require user context, such as po
Twitter Application-only API for Laravel 5.
composer update to get the latest version
composer require ckailash/twitter-app-only-auth
Now open up
/config/app.php and add the service provider to your
'providers' => [ 'Ckailash\TwitterAppOnlyAuth\TwitterAppOnlyAuthServiceProvider', ]
composer dump-autoload to reload the autoload files
php artisan twitter-app-only-auth:generate-bearer <twitter-consumer-key> <twitter-consumer-key-secret> to get the bearer token required to interact with the twitter API as an app.
php artisan vendor:publish and modify the config file with your own information.
Add the following to your .env file and you'll be on your way:
T_CONSUMER_KEY= T_CONSUMER_SECRET= T_BEARER_TOKEN=