Yes I agree. What Twitter has already published is fairly good.
However the areas that Twitter won't mention or cover in the
documentation is the painful gray area. There are no sufficient of doc
to find out how to do certain ways especially on OAuth.

On Jul 28, 10:19 am, Sam <> wrote:
> What I have found is that 99% of the topics on here relate to Oauth...
> if you have a question about a different aspect of the api it is less
> likely that you will get a reply.
> The wiki documentation is fairly good and code examples are given, but
> if you are trying to do something that is not covered in the wiki
> there is often limited info available. Similarly if you want to see
> what api features are planned for the future, and when, it is
> difficult to find reliable info.
> I haven't tried contacting twitter tech support, so can't comment on
> that.
> On the whole the api is great!!! and the wiki gave me enough info to
> easily create most features of my app. As Chi-Shun Chen said, it is
> partly down to your skills as a developer to find solutions to
> problems and get your app working - on the other hand, better
> documentation and tutorials and more variety of api features will
> always make it easier for us...

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