Everywhere I see it in that article, `isset()` (and/or `empty()`) is being used during the oauth process – e.g., to check what the response returned. The Opauth example does this as well (are you still using the opauth class?).
Yes, those checks should remain.
However, don’t use them when(if) you’re accessing the results via the `twitter_user` class:
@traq I mean, as long as it’s secure, I’m not worried about it. I just want to make sure the users info is not vulnerable. It looks like I have a lot to learn. By the way, when you get Kirby up and running, I’d love to see you create a plugin that does this.
Regarding Opauth class, I’m not sure. What I sent you is what I am still using. I just pasted your code below the code that Opauth comes with.