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About the Twitter API

Posted by Cosmin Calciu | Work & Recruitment | July 11, 2011


Twitter, this microblogging service with a strange name is one of the most used web service to date.

Twitter is a website that allows many options, but they offer a limited functional option. The imposed limit of 140 characters per post foces the user to be very brief.

This can make some feel limited, and find this service not very useful. Others, however, feel very free within this limit and embrace this limitation with a great passion.

So, for those interested in developing applications for Twitter, I have attached below a tutorial about their API: http://www.webmonkey.com/2010/02/get_started_with_the_twitter_api/ or you can access directly Twitter's API page: http://dev.twitter.com/

Cosmin | Pixelfind