Twyt is a BSD licensed Twitter API interface for Python. It provides an interface to the remote Twitter API functions and classes to allow easy manipulation of the returned sets of data, such as status messages and user information.
Word of mouth is a powerful marketing tool, and businesses (not to mention the consumers), can benefit greatly from helpful reviews. Popyoular is an editorial review-based recommendation and discovery platform. It's aimed specifically at film, music, books and games. The idea is to connect a website's good content with trusted reviews and opinions about that content, helping to keep users engaged and directing them to things they may otherwise have overlooked. Popyoular's API makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality into any other website.
Amazon web Services’ Lambda dramatically streamlines event-based programming in the Amazon infrastructure by automating the running of code based on triggers generated by events within S3 services. This tutorial uses Lambda and API Gateway to build a simple request handler in around 10 minutes.
So and So is now following you on Twitter. Who? How did they find me? Why might I want to follow back? That's been a common bit of internal dialogue for me lately. Often the answer lies in our mutual friends or followers. Social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook make this easy. Not so with Twitter, which is why I was excited to find Intersect.