I'm Sean Callahan, @CallahanSean, creator of http://tweetphoto.com,
and have been working with the Twitter API since the fall of 2008. I
now work with a team of seven who are very skilled at working with the
Using the Twitter API we have created an extensive and easy-to-use
photo sharing API and client libraries for Obj-C, Java and .Net. Other
3rd party developers in the Twitter community have developed client
libraries for PHP and Python as well.
Like you Abraham, we are constantly looking to improve our API. Please
take a look at our API and let us know what we can provide the Twitter
community to create an even better photo sharing experience.
Please let me know how I can help you create a more social photo
sharing experience in your application.
The TweetPhoto API can be found http://groups.google.com/group/tweetphoto
On Feb 19, 1:20 pm, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We have not had an introductions thread in a long time (or ever that I could
> find) so I'm starting one. Don't forget to add an answer to the tools thread
> (Gmail link ) as well.
> I'm Abraham Williams, I've been working with the Twitter API and this group
> since early 2008. I do mostly freelance Drupal and Twitter API integration
> and personal projects. I love seeing the creative projects developers build
> or integrate with the API and look forward to meeting many of you at Chirp.
> TwitterOAuth  the first PHP library to support OAuth is built and
> maintained by me, and will hopefully see a new release soon. I also built a
> fun Chrome extension  that integrates common friends and followers into
> Twitter profiles.
> The feature I would most like added to the API is a conversation method to
> get replies to a specific status.
> So. Who are you, what do you do, what have you built, and what feature do
> you most want to see added?
> Abraham Williams | Community Advocate |http://abrah.am
> Project | Out Loud |http://outloud.labs.poseurtech.com
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