Anywhere looks interesting. I'm surprised I did not know anything
about it :)
But still, adding some of the the features from Anywhere to the Tweet
button would be great!
On Aug 16, 11:37 am, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> Some of the features you are looking for are part of the @Anywhere arm of
> the platform:http://dev.twitter.com/anywhere
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 8:29 AM, D. Smith <emai...@sharedlog.com> wrote:
> > What, nobody else thinkgs it could be useful to have some sort or JS
> > based UI for the Tweet button? The Facebook JS UI is pretty good, you
> > can open the prompt and pre-fill it with a text message to be posted
> > click on "Post" button.
> > Also in Facebook UI you can have a simple one line of JS to test if
> > user is logged in to Facebook.
> > It would be great if Twitter made a simple UI for opening the "Tweet"
> > window programmatically, and also allowing to listen to onSuccess
> > (tweet posted, window closed) or onFailure events. It would also be
> > great to programmatically test if user is currently logged in to
> > Twitter (or at least has Twitter account).
> > Please lets get this topic going, I think it's important.
> > On Aug 15, 12:24 pm, Dmitri Snytkine <d.snytk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hello!
> > > I have a small request about the official Tweet button.
> > > It would be great if there was some way to know when user has
> > > successfully sent a tweet via a tweet popup window and after the
> > > window is closed.
> > > I am sure Twitter dev team can implement this easily. The benefit to a
> > > site owner is that if I know that a user has just Tweeted about my
> > > page, I therefore know that a user has a Twitter account, then I can
> > > show some prompt to ask a user to join my site with their Twitter
> > > account, I can also show a custom message like "Thank you for sharing
> > > this page on Twtitter" as well as can do many other things, even
> > > recording some data to my database to keep track which of my
> > > registered users has shared pages.
> > > All I need is some sort of a callback function to be fired on closing
> > > of that window.
> > > This could be some sort of custom event that I can subscribe to or
> > > some sort of callback function.
> > > Does this make sense?