How can it be counted if no api key is used? Do you mean its counted
against the ip address?
On Feb 19, 12:06 pm, alexro <arodyg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I believe such request still counts against your usage limit. Just to
> remember to stay within the boundaries :)
> On Feb 18, 10:15 pm, Dmitri Snytkine <d.snytk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sorry to bother you, but I found out that this feature is already
> > available
> > Turns out I can easily get user's profile as json or xml without
> > using oAuth or API
> > Very simple, like this:
> > This is just great!
> > On Feb 18, 3:36 pm, Dmitri Snytkine <d.snytk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I just though of something that would be very helpful to developers:
> > > what if there was a url to get xml or json of user's profile,
> > > background image, color settings and avatar.
> > > I mean similar to regular RSS feed, only for the current user's
> > > settings.
> > > This way we don't even need to use API if we want to generate a page
> > > that looks like user's own twitter page. And because it would be
> > > static files, they could be served from Twitter very fast and make use
> > > last-modified and etag headers.
> > > Currently if I want to style a page to mimin user's twitter page, I
> > > have to access thehttps://twitter.com/account/verify_credentials.json
> > > and for that I have to use oAuth call. But this is an overkill. Why do
> > > I even need to have user's token and secret just to get his latest
> > > profile that is basically available on his twitter page, I just don't
> > > want to to and scrape it from the actual twitter page.
> > > Why not give us the url to get these settings as json or xml the same
> > > way we can get the RSS for user's latest messages without having to
> > > use API