@Arnaud & others:  How can I retrieve the photos posted on Twitter?
Which API to use?
I need this info urgently. Thanks in advance.
-lucky

On Jun 7, 5:46 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
> Hey all,
>
>  From a 'pretty reliable source' I got some information about the new
> API endpoint, how it works, etc. You probably won't be able to use it
> yet but I feel like sharing this information anyway :-)
>
> Endpoint:https://upload.twitter.com/1/statuses/update_with_media.json
> Parameters:
>      * media (the image, I guess),
>      * status (the text which you will also want),
>      * probably all other ones which currently work with update.json
> (lat, lon, etc).
>
> *The API will give you a Not Found error!* This is because this is still
> an unreleased API and only a very select of clients has access to it.
>
> I currently don't have any information about how to upload several
> images (I guess you'd simply post another media item, but I don't know).
>
> Tom
>
> PS: I believe I just described an API which throws "Not Found" for all
> of you. Well done Tom, very convincing.
>
> On 6/6/11 6:16 PM, Arnaud Meunier wrote:
>
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>
> > Hey Julien,
>
> > For now we're focusing on opening the Twitter Photo API endpoints to
> > third party developers. These new API endpoints will be dedicated to
> > Twitter media hosting, you won't be able to use them as a bridge/proxy
> > for other media hosting services.
>
> > Arnaud / @rno
>
> > On Jun 6, 2011, at 7:25 AM, Julien Larios <julien.lar...@gmail.com
> > <mailto:julien.lar...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
> >> Hi there,
>
> >> I've implemented in Picsi this new way of photo sharing on Twitter
> >> (along with Twitpic support) and it works fine (based on Twitter4J
> >> 2.2.3).
> >> These pictures can be used in the 2 firsts Picsi apps: Media RSS
> >> export and ZIP backup
>
> >> But Arnaud (or should I say 'Dear Raptor fan' ? ;), do you know if
> >> external picture hosting services (like Twipitc) will be made
> >> available via this API branch?
> >> That would be great to grab all kind of photo via a single API syntax
> >> (instead of funky tweet parsing)
>
> >> Thanks
>
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