No one?

On Jan 4, 3:20 pm, GeorgeMedia <georgeme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
>
> I sure hope you can help. I am developing a web based app that
> searches forlocationbased tweets using the search API with json
> results. I provide the longitude latitude via my own local database on
> my server. Presently I'm limited to just the US and Canada but I'm
> thinking I might be able to pull long/lat data dynamically from sites
> like hostip.info or even maybe the yahooapi?
>
> As you can imagine I am salivating in anticipation of the
> trends.locationapi because parsing the text from the individual
> tweets is a pain in the behind :)
>
> But back on point... I'm using the search api exclusively because
> that's the only way I know of to get localized tweets. I read the
> streaming/firehose search api docs but it doesn't seem to support
> geocode parameters. So my first question is, am I correct in assuming
> that presently the only way to getlocationbased tweets is using the
> geocode parameter on the search api?
>
> Secondly, I'm in a bit of a unique situation from what I can see form
> other apps in that it's a bit tough to run a cron because there are
> over 200,000 longitude/latitude sets in my database and that's just
> the US and Canada!
>
> So how could I possiblycachethe data so that when a user queries
> some random city so they can see local tweets for that city it's
> available without doing an api call every time a user types in a city?
> Because if my site gets popular that could become a problem very
> quickly.
>
> If I can think it I usually can code it but being new to using
> twitter's API and limits I'm a bit stuck.

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