How-to: Building an Application with the Twitter API Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail In this article, we look at a short Python script that tweets when the Dow Jones Industrial Average, or any stock or index you like, makes a big jump. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (5) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username Quiverweb ctcric boda013 hulkxu rsrsrs Specs Realated APIs Twitter Languages/Plateform Python Tags Blogging, Application Development, Application Development, Application Development Added January 8, 2009 URL http://www.devx.com/webdev/Article/40511 Followers (5) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Google Updates Android's Play Games and Cross-Platform SDKs Google Updates Android's Play Games and Cross-Platform SDKs Google recently released new gaming SDKs and pushed Play Games 2.0 to Android handsets. News Eric Zeman Games, Application Development, Applications 07-11-2014 0 Google Updates Android's Play Games and Cross-Platform SDKs Flickr: 704 API Calls per Second Flickr: 704 API Calls per Second As announced on the Flickr Blog, Flickr has launched a new website for developers: Flickr Code. And besides announcing the new site they've both a) given interesting details on just how much API tr... News Raymond Yee Analytics, Photos, Application Development 04-23-2008 3 Flickr: 704 API Calls per Second Twitter Mashup Growth: 2009 Was Big, Now What? Twitter Mashup Growth: 2009 Was Big, Now What? ProgrammableWeb has been tracking Twitter mashups since the first one was added in December, 2006. Looking at the number developers have added to the database, one thing is clear: 2009 was a huge y... News Adam DuVander Blogging 04-14-2010 5 Twitter Mashup Growth: 2009 Was Big, Now What?