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.
The Twitter API has taken a winding road since its initial launch in 2006. Since 2012, Twitter has continued to clamp down on API consumption and usage, often to the dismay of the developer community. However, Twitter continues to understand the value of API features to its growth and the developer community.
Chaos usually reigns within most application development organizations; a situation that in many ways has been made all that much worse by the simultaneous rise of agile development methodologies and mobile computing.