I just took a few minutes to go over the new APIs and while I am, of
course, not going to break my NDA here, I can tell you this:
* Doesn't look like this was meant for the Twitter clients, but rather
the normal clients which provide a "Tweet" function.
* You can sign requests using this framework, but with a fixed set of
consumer credentials so that it will always say "with iOS" when sending
a tweet (source). Like I said, it's almost only for providing a "Tweet"
* I like it!
On 6/7/11 2:17 AM, TJ Luoma wrote:
On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 8:05 PM, Jason Costa<jasonco...@twitter.com> wrote:
There have been a lot of questions about what the iOS announcement
today means for developers. The integration points noted in Apple’s
keynote create huge opportunities for both Twitter and iOS
The first question that everyone should be asking is: Will you hold
off the DM Oauth reauthorization requirement until iOS 5 is released,
so people don't have to go through it again and again and again for
each Twitter app?
And if not, why not? (Other than not giving a whit about 3rd party
Twitter client app developers, but being more interested in helping
developers of other apps integrate Twitter into their apps.)
Twitter developer documentation and resources: https://dev.twitter.com/doc
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