[twitter-dev] JavaScript API library

2010-02-01 Thread Remy Sharp
I wrote this to make my own life easier and dev quicker when I was building my own JS based apps, but I figured it might be worth sharing it here. http://github.com/remy/twitterlib Twitterlib.js is an open source library to handle all the open (i.e. no auth required) API calls, and normalises

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: a security problem puzzled me about using oauth in Desktop Client

2010-02-01 Thread Raffi Krikorian
c. The Streaming API isn't designed to play well with desktops / laptops / mobiles. (not to change the direction of the thread) just out of curiosity - why do you think that's the case? we don't intend it not to play well, and want to know what you think should be fixed. The environment

[twitter-dev] Basic Follow paging question

2010-02-01 Thread Triggerman72
Sorry...but could not find the answer by searching this group. I'm sure this has already been answered but... I need to get a list of followers for a feature at chirplace.com called qwollow It seems by the api docs, that if I'm doing that via statuses/ followers, and even if I use the cursor, I

[twitter-dev] Copyright still 2009

2010-02-01 Thread stehenk
please update your Copyright to 2010 please... thank...

Re: [twitter-dev] What tools do you use?

2010-02-01 Thread enes akar
Groovy and Grails development with IntellijIDEA. It is very easy work on JSON and XML with groovy. There is an oauth plugin for Grails. http://www.grails.org/OAuth+Plugin On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 5:51 AM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky zzn...@gmail.com wrote: Yeah, I've always wanted to learn Erlang -

Re: [twitter-dev] What tools do you use?

2010-02-01 Thread lalit goklani
I use Zend_OAuth class along with Zend framework for twitter related applications. I use NetBeans IDE for my development works. Lalit Twitter Facebook Application - http://www.twitsfb.com Article Directory - http://www.ezinearticles.biz On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 2:55 PM, Abraham Williams

Re: [twitter-dev] Copyright still 2009

2010-02-01 Thread John Meyer
On 2/1/2010 2:02 AM, stehenk wrote: please update your Copyright to 2010 please... thank... I didn't think you had to copyright each and every year.

Re: [twitter-dev] Copyright still 2009

2010-02-01 Thread Jamie Dolan
I didn't think you had to copyright each and every year. In the US, you don't need any copyright notice at all. Everything copyrightable is protected from the moment it is created. -- Jamie Dolan Neenah, WI 54956 http://jamiedolan.com @akivathedog on twitter

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Tell me more about OAuth

2010-02-01 Thread Anton Krasovsky
+1 for this. BTW, I've just discovered, that OAuth is problematic for Chienese users because of great firewall of China. On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 5:01 PM, popoffka popof...@gmail.com wrote: Yes, that;s right what I need! Ok, I'll wait for implementation. On Jan 31, 10:58 am, srikanth reddy

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: a security problem puzzled me about using oauth in Desktop Client

2010-02-01 Thread Marc Mims
* Raffi Krikorian ra...@twitter.com [100201 07:36]: c. The Streaming API isn't designed to play well with desktops / laptops / mobiles. (not to change the direction of the thread) just out of curiosity - why do you think that's the case? we don't intend it not to play well, and want

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: a security problem puzzled me about using oauth in Desktop Client

2010-02-01 Thread M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 7:36 AM, Raffi Krikorian ra...@twitter.com wrote: c. The Streaming API isn't designed to play well with desktops / laptops / mobiles. (not to change the direction of the thread) just out of curiosity - why do you think that's the case?  we don't intend it not to play

[twitter-dev] Re: Basic Follow paging question

2010-02-01 Thread dark_man
Are you storing this information in db? If it is so, then you need to paginate it in your program. You can also use caching mechanism to store the information as array and paginate them while displaying. Lalit Twitter Facebook Application - http://www.twitsfb.com Article Directory -

[twitter-dev] Re: background url showing via api, but not on profile

2010-02-01 Thread Kyle Mulka
It's been a month, and this issue still isn't fixed. What's going on? -- Kyle Mulka Founder, Congo Labs http://twilk.com On Jan 14, 10:00 am, Kyle Mulka repalvigla...@yahoo.com wrote: Another example:http://twitter.com/users/show.xml?screen_name=MKTINTELLIGENCE On Jan 11, 11:25 am, Raffi

[twitter-dev] Re: background url showing via api, but not on profile

2010-02-01 Thread @epc
Can you check with that user to see if they have background images set to display? On my own profile, I turned off the background image and while it does not appear on my web profile, the old image URL still appears if you call users/show/epc.xml. Replacing the background image does not appear to

[twitter-dev] Re: background url showing via api, but not on profile

2010-02-01 Thread @epc
Issue #1211, http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/detail?id=1211, seems to be related to this. -- -ed costello

[twitter-dev] Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Aral Balkan
Dear Twitter peeps, I sent you an email 13 days ago to ask for a source parameter/token for the mobile Twitter app that I'm developing for the iPhone. Since that time I've had no response whatsoever to my email (which I'm including at the end of this one). Not even a auto-response to say, hey, we

Re: [twitter-dev] Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Raffi Krikorian
hey aral. sorry you didn't get an e-mail back yet! however, like it has been mentioned before on the mailing list, documented on the faq on our wiki, etc., we're unfortunately not allowing new registrations of source parameters. sorry. it too has been all over the list, but i'm actively taking

Re: [twitter-dev] Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Aral Balkan
Raffi, Would you mind engaging me on this part of my email: I really don't understand Twitter's current strategy toward mobile and desktop apps. Are you guys actually _trying_ to say to developers: don't build new mobile/desktop apps because you won't be able to compete with existing ones?

[twitter-dev] Re: Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Dewald Pretorius
Aral, Not sure how in-depth you've been following developments and announcements of the Twitter API, but come this June you will have no choice but to put ScotchGuard on your Ferrari's seats. In other words, come June timeframe, usage of OAuth will become mandatory and Basic Auth will be

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Aral Balkan
Thanks for the additional info, Dewald, I appreciate it. I haven't been following very closely since my app only really uses a tiny bit of the Twitter API. From the recent @twitterapi tweets, it's clear that Twitter is working on oAuth WRAP (which is a great step forward) and I'm sure they're

[twitter-dev] Re: What tools do you use?

2010-02-01 Thread Triggerman72
I used TwitterOAuth PHP Library in Chirplace.com. Made things simple. On Jan 30, 2:55 pm, Abraham Williams 4bra...@gmail.com wrote: Lets collect an awesome list of tools and applications we use to help develop with the Twitter API. I'll start the list with a couple that I use: Charles Proxy

[twitter-dev] Re: Basic Follow paging question

2010-02-01 Thread Triggerman72
On Feb 1, 12:24 pm, dark_man lgokl...@gmail.com wrote: Are you storing this information in db? If it is so, then you need to paginate it in your program. You  can also use caching mechanism to store the information as array and paginate them while displaying. Lalit Twitter Facebook

Re: [twitter-dev] Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread scott . a . herbert
No two ways about it oAuth on desktop's sucks and I imagan it's even worse on mobiles. Twitter can add new source prams to their database for non-oAuth users however when I tryed they where unable to do so. I'm currently developing a different .net desktop app (think Hootsuite for desktops)

[twitter-dev] Re: Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Aral Balkan
(And, of course, I meant to write Ev Williams is – way to make a poignant closing remark!) :P

[twitter-dev] Basic Auth seems to be down right now - Last 10 minutes

2010-02-01 Thread Sean Callahan
Looks like basic auth is down. Anyone else seeing lots of login failures? Sean

Re: [twitter-dev] Basic Auth seems to be down right now - Last 10 minutes

2010-02-01 Thread Cameron Kaiser
Looks like basic auth is down. Anyone else seeing lots of login failures? Yes, I'm getting no responses. -- personal: http://www.cameronkaiser.com/ -- Cameron Kaiser * Floodgap Systems * www.floodgap.com * ckai...@floodgap.com -- Had this been an

[twitter-dev] Hey, Twitter, let us buy sidebar ads! (Or, stop focusing on the biggies.)

2010-02-01 Thread PJB
Right now, the ad in the sidebar on the right-hand side of Twitter.com is invariably: i) a micro, community, or feel-good sort of app, ii) a mega-app that most people already know about, that has VC, connections to Twitter folks directly, or a good PR firm. This leaves many non-Bay Area (or

Re: [twitter-dev] Source parameter request for mobile Twitter app ignored (and issues with Twitter's policy toward oAuth on mobile/desktop)

2010-02-01 Thread Dave Sherohman
On Mon, Feb 01, 2010 at 08:29:18PM +, Aral Balkan wrote: I would really love to have a comment on from you guys for the blog post I'm writing: is Twitter actively discouraging the creation of new mobile and desktop apps? I'm not Raffi. I don't even work for Twitter. But I am very