|Twitter powered Youtube subtitles|
Create closed captions for Youtube videos by mining appropriately hashtagged tweets published during a live original broadcast.
|Twitter Scala Experiments |
Experiments with such things as Scala, the scala.swing package, and the Twitter API. At GitHub.
Java wrapper for the Twitter API.
|Twitter4R - Ruby Twitter Binding|
Twitter4R v0.2.0 now provides 100% Twitter REST API coverage for Ruby. This is the open source project providing Ruby bindings for the Twitter REST API. Most appropriate for pure Ruby and Ruby on Rails projects.
|TwitterLand Ruby Gem|
All the best Twitter-related APIs in one gem
This is an ActionScript 3.0 library for accessing Twitter's APIs. This was originally code from Twitter, but it is being open sourced so it can be maintained and kept current.
Twitter::Shell gives you access to Twitter from your shell!
|Twittery - Ruby Wrapper to Twitter|
Twittery is a lightweight Ruby class that interfaces with Twitter's API to make interacting with Twitter simple as possible.
|Twyt - Python Interface to Twitter|
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.
|Update Twitter and FriendFeed from the Linux Command Line|
This article uses GNU Wget and cURL to send status updates to the social networking site Twitter without the use of a Twitter desktop application, and how to follow feeds from both Twitter and FriendFeed right from the command line.
|Update Twitter with Command Line Tools|
How to update Twitter using command line tools like curl.
|Upload A Video To Ooyala With PHP|
One of the advantages of Ooyala is their nice API. They have some example code for you to use, but one feature that was lacking was uploading. They also have a widget that does do uploading but it is handled through Flash, something I wanted to avoid.
|UptimeRobot API for Wordpress|
Wordpress (wordpress.org/) has been such a valuable tool when it comes to developing and designing beautiful client websites. While designing a custom Wordpress Dashboard for a client I realized that I would like to show-off to this particular client their Up and Downtime Statistics. What better way to accomplish that then to add it to the Dashboard. I foresee this Widget being much more powerful. The very first release will contain just basic code that you will add to your functions.php file. I based the original code around the example given by UptimeRobot (uptimerobot.com/) on their API page (uptimerobot.com/api) and added some Wordpress Functionality and Events. As it is right now, I can say that there is a lot that needs to be done. There is a lot that I dislike about the code at this point; I don't like inline styles, I don't like the simplicity of the code for security purposes. I encourage all to help build this widget up so that not only can we display these statistics to our clients but for multiple uses on your Wordpress Blogs and Websites. All constructive collaboration and criticism is welcome.
|Use Amazon Web Services in ASP.NET|
Tutorial demonstrating VB ASP.NET programming for Amazon's services. By Philip Miseldine at Sitepoint.
|Use the Tinysong service from Perl|
WWW::TinySong integrates the Tinysong API as a Perl module. It can also scrape the Tinysong website (a function which predates the official API).
|Using bit.lt in VBA|
Sample source code for using bit.ly web service in VB/VBA
|Using BlueDot SOAP API with PHP|
Detailed overview of using the BlueDot API using PHP4 and NuSOAP.
|Using Google Maps with Ning|
Ning developer documentation on how to integrate Google Maps into a Ning app.
|Using Microsoft Virtual Earth and Excel|
Integrating Virtual Earth Maps and Excel 2007 Using Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office.
|Using PHP with Carma API|
How To use the newly provided PHP5 client to work with the API without dealing with the details of making requests or parsing returned data.