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Retirement of xAuth
Since API v1.1 was launched in 2012, Twitter’s API endpoints have supported two broad forms of authentication - OAuth and xAuth. The purpose of xAuth was primarily to ease the transition from the older-style basic username + password-based authentication flow, into the token-based OAuth flow. This mechanism enabled applications to deliver credentials directly to the Twitter API on behalf of a user, without using the web-based…
Boulder Twitter Developer Community
Welcome to the June 2017 Boulder Twitter Developer Community Meetup!
This meetup is all about the Twitter APIs, with an introduction to using the current public APIs and a look into what the future ha
Policy update clarification
We love seeing the amazing work academics are able to do with Twitter data, and want to make sure our policies strike the right balance of enabling research use cases, while protecting our users and our platform. Since publishing updated versions of the Developer Policy and Agreement (that go into effect on June 18), we’ve heard feedback from members of the academic research community about a…
Developer Policy and Agreement updates for Q2, 2017
We’ve published some updates to our Developer Agreement and Developer Policy which you should review. Some key updates: Changes to how Twitter may use data from Twitter for Websites, including for advertisingThe same choices and opt-out mechanisms for publishers continue to exist Changes to how long Twitter may keep certain data from Twitter for Websites Clarifications on how developers must keep content in sync with content on Twitter (if a user deletes a Tweet or protects their accoun...
Upcoming HTTP header changes
As part of our ongoing efforts to simplify and streamline our infrastructure, we’ll shortly be deploying an updated routing component. This will have some impact on the structure and format of HTTP headers returned on API responses. Currently, HTTP headers returned on calls to the Twitter APIs may be rendered in mixed case (e.g. Content-Type, X-Rate-Limit-Remaining, X-Access-Level). The change that will be deployed will force all HTTP headers into lowercase (content-type, x-rate-limit-rema...
Retiring legacy DM commands on the standard Tweet API
Twitter began life as an SMS-based service, and back in 2006 when the REST API was initially conceived, many of the original SMS commands were provided through the API, for ease of development. Specifically, if the text of a Tweet status update starts with the characters D, M, or DM, followed by a user’s screen name, a Direct Message will be sent to the named user (assuming this is possible, based on account settings and follow relationship). Alternate leading characters are used, depending…