I'm intrigued - has anyone else been given Site Streams access in the
last month? We signed the Terms of Service over a month ago and have
heard nothing since, despite asking here, via email and via
I'm interested to know whether all applications have been frozen or
So i've checked my signature with
and it appears that my basestring and signature are now ok.
But i still can't find where is my error when sending my data.
I've tried to send it in authorization header field, and in body,
Hi. I've made an app (for browser and mobile device and Desktop) It
works fine but every time I start the app I have to get a new
PINnumber from Twitter.
Is there a way to trust an application once and use the given
trustdata for all the subsequent uses?
On Apr 15, 2:01 pm, ap aashish.pa...@gmail.com wrote:
I guess, essentially my question is: whats the best method to use to
get a Twitter User back, more specifically, the Twitter users' first
name and last name.
On Apr 15, 1:53 pm, ap aashish.pa...@gmail.com wrote:
Everything is working fine now, thank you for your help.
On Apr 15, 11:36 pm, Taylor Singletary taylorsinglet...@twitter.com
We believe we fixed this bug recently -- can you change the fields again and
observe with a subsequent tweet whether
There was a similar discussion on this ML a few days ago:
We do not expire access_token (unless a user explicitly rejects you app) so
you don't have to go through the whole OAuth dance once someone approved
your app. Store your user's access_token and implement a
I found this method that returns the currently authenticated users'
authenticatedUser = twitter.verifyCredentials();
Is it safe to use to get the name of this authenticatedUser?
Any advise, greatly appreciated!
On Apr 18, 10:03 am, ap aashish.pa...@gmail.com
Not sure what programming language or library you're working with, but I
recommend getting familiar with the REST API itself so that you better
understand the API that is providing you data rather than just the view
presented by the API of the library you're using.
Yes, the Twitter API
I've read what you've proposed. thanks for the info
Storing info is no problem in either application. (what is the name
used in the API documentation for the user-access token.?)
- The problem is: How to give the app authenticated access to the user
account without going to the
The last step of the OAuth dance (exchanging request_token for access_token)
will give you an oauth_token and oauth_token_secret. You'll just have to
sign your requests with those. Cf this page for more information:
If you're not familiar with the concept
Looking at your code this line:
makes it look like you are making a request to:
Double check you are sending the user to the correct endpoint. At this point
of your flow I think you mean to make a
I am a Java developer working on a web application that makes use of
the Twitter API. We use the Signpost library (version 220.127.116.11) to
perform OAuth and issue API requests, and have been doing so
successfully for months. We have been signing our requests with a
whitelisted key and secret
Could you attempt to get the response body for the request either by
repeating the request or enhancing your logs. The reason for the 401 is
communicated in the response body and knowing that will help explain what is
Developer Advocate, Twitter
I am writing a new application and all was going smoothly until I
deployed the application and am getting a 402 on all requests! The
application searches based on both geo-location and query terms.
Am literally making only test api calls from the application (less
than 10 every hour) and each one
1 - Hosted on GAE is probably your problem
you are sharing a limited pool of IP adresses shared by many other
GAE based appls using Twitter API.
see here :
We are all waiting for Site Stream whitelisting. The issues here is
that you are stuck not knowing either you should invest more time in
building a product you never tested. Unfortunatly, site stream is
the only API on which our product make sense building on.
So let have finger crossed and hope
I think I spoke to soon. The statuses_count won't work in the case
when I use the since_status parameter of the timeline because I may
not wont to retrieve the whole timeline for the user but only the
statuses for the last week.
In this case I don't know how many pages are in the timeline.
I need to set up an automatic retweeting capability for a client who
wants to hold debates on Twitter. The basic idea is that 10-20 people
would be tweeting using a predefined tag. My code would follow all of
these users with the streaming API, and any tweets they send with this
tag would be
The exact logic of the limiting for posting tweets isn't disclosed (more
obscurity for you ;)), but it isn't necessarily evenly divided into a 24
hour period. A retweet, for the purposes of this limit, is the same as a
Tweet, so the daily and roaming period-based limiting for posting
On Apr 18, 8:47 pm, harik padmahar...@gmail.com wrote:
I want search for queries (using a keyword eg: worldcup) ,and then
want to get the geolocations of the user .I am able to retrieve the
queries using search api, but i find all geo fields are null .
So is there any way I can retrieve the
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