The "methods" are actually just queries and parameters for OAuth. You select the "language" of your choice. For examples check out @abraham's TwitterOAuth on GitHub.

It's not really that confusing because it's just made to be a reference point, not an all day bonanza.

Best,

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Edward H. Hotchkiss
http://www.edwardhotchkiss.com/
http://www.twitter.com/edwardhotchkiss/
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On Oct 29, 2010, at 2:21 AM, Orian Marx (@orian) wrote:

I've been meaning to post some feedback in regards to dev.twitter.com
for a while. I'm wondering if anyone else is having the same
experience I am. It's pretty much all in regards to the sidebar:

* I find it harder to find methods I'm looking for now that everything
is listed under collapsible headers on the right.
* I find it disorienting that the headers expand in place, but when I
click a method on page refresh the header and methods have jumped to
the top of the sidebar.
* Once you're looking at a method, if you expand a different section
in the sidebar the current section collapses and you can't reopen it.

All this kinda makes me wish we just had a nice simple sidebar that
didn't have any expand/collapse functionality or at least had the
option to expand multiple sidebar items and have the state be retained
after clicking a method.

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