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From: "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <>
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 13:17:09 
To: <>
Subject: Re: [twitter-dev] What tools do you use?

I do most of my Twitter API development in Perl, with some of it in
Ruby. I use Komodo IDE for that.

The Perl Net::Twitter library:

The Ruby "tweetstream" gem:

PostgreSQL as a database for large collections of tweets:

and of course, my own appliance, sm...@znmeb:

On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 11:55 AM, Abraham Williams <> 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 - @charlesproxy -
> Charles is an HTTP proxy / HTTP monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a
> developer to view all of the HTTP and SSL / HTTPS traffic between their
> machine and the Internet. This includes requests, responses and the HTTP
> headers (which contain the cookies and caching information)
> Hurl - @hurlit -
> Hurl makes HTTP requests. Enter a URL, set some headers, view the response,
> then share it with others. Perfect for demoing and debugging APIs.
> Hurl is also open source -
> TwitterOAuth PHP Library -
> @oauthlib -
> The first PHP Library to support OAuth for Twitter's REST API.
> MIT licensed.
> GitHub - @github -
> GitHub is the easiest (and prettiest) way to participate in that
> collaboration: fork projects, send pull requests, monitor development, all
> with ease.
> What tools do you use while developing with the Twitter API?
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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

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