|.NET Wrapper for Twitter API|
Twitteroo: a .NET wrapper around the twitter API
|140dev Twitter Framework|
The 140dev Twitter Framework is a free source code library containing a Twitter database server for gathering tweets for selected keywords, as well as a display plugin that lets you show tweets from the database in a single line of PHP code.
|arc90 PHP Twitter API Client|
A PHP wrapper around the Twitter API.
|Building a sentiment analyser for your Twitter feed|
In this post we're going to work through a coding task: building a sentiment analyser for your Twitter feed. Sentiment analysers extract the positivity and negativity from text; we're going to go step by step through applying one analyser to your Twitter feed.
|Building an Application with the Twitter API|
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.
|Cache Your Twitter Tweets in PHP |
TwitterCacher: Optimize your Twitter apps with this smart Twitter caching library in PHP.
|Create a Twitter Mood Graph With Ruby|
Shows how to talk to the Twitter search API directly then produce a chart of our findings using the Google Chart API. Lets you search for posts Twitter considers to have �positive� or �negative� attitudes, then draw a chart of our findings.
Text anyone's twitter username to 203-403-NAME (203-403-6263) and instantly get a vcard for them that you can easily import into your phone address book.
|Whois, Twilio, LinkedIn, InfoChimpsDatasets, GoogleSocialGraph, Facebook|
|Fetch tweets to Excel|
Functions for fetching Twitter tweets by keyword into an Google Docs or Excel spreadsheet, or other MS Office applications
|How to build a Twitter Sentiment Analysis Tool with Datumbox API|
Will show how you can build a simple Sentiment Analysis tool which classifies tweets as positive, negative or neutral by using the Twitter REST API 1.1v and the Datumbox API 1.0v. Even though the examples will be given in PHP, you can very easily build your own tools in the computer language of your choice.
|HTML Wrapper for Twitter API|
Twitter2HTML: an html wrapper around the twitter api
|Java RESTful Web Services With Jersey and Twitter|
Jersey is an open-source reference implementation of JAX-RS, the Java API for RESTful Web Services, JSR-311. In this tip, you will learn how to use the Jersey API to consume HTTP-based RESTful web services from Twitter.
|java-twitter - Google Code|
This library provides a pure Java interface for the Twitter API. Twitter exposes a web services API (http://twitter.com/help/api) and this library is intended to make it even easier for java programmers to use.
|jQuery Twitter API|
|Perl Wrapper for Twitter API|
Twitish: access the Twitter API using Perl
|PHP and jQuery for Twitter API|
Tutorial shows how you can use jQuery, PHP and a little Ajax to connect up to the Twitter API and return results.
This library provides a pure python interface for the Twitter API. From DeWitt Clinton.
|Python Yahoo! Weather app for Twitter|
Asks for a 5-digit zipcode entry, then retrieves and sends weather info from weather.yahooapis.com to a Twitter account.
|YahooWeather, Twitter, Tropo|
|Ruby Twitter Gem|
Command line twits and an API wrapper in Ruby.
|Scripting Twitter with Perl|
Twitter direct message with Perl and LWP (libwww-perl), for a much more convenient solution. I designed it to be used like a sort of universal paging service.