no need to chase changes if you take a dependency on a solid library.

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On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 2:37 PM,  <> wrote:
> I  was in the same boat as you a few months ago when an associate asked me
> to develop a twitter appllication and I had never even seen twitter. I was
> able to use the supplied documentation and produce a working
> test application with no help. I believe the documentation is the best place
> to start. I uses C# and accessed the twitter API directly for a standalone
> Windows application. I looked into some of the third party tools such as
> Twitterizer but in the end did my own. That was just a personal decision
> because there are some good things in the twtter world. I have been
> following this group since I started the project even though I had to
> abandon it after financing fell through. The  Twittwer API and the related
> tools are rapidly evolving. Be prepared to spen a lot of time chasing
> changes.
> Good Luck
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [twitter-dev] Getting started with a twitter application
> From: albana <>
> Date: Thu, November 12, 2009 1:09 am
> To: Twitter Development Talk
> <>
> Hi everybody!
> I am about to develop a twitter application and I am stuck with
> starting the development of the application.How should I connect my
> application with a twitter api?

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