[This API is no longer available. It has been split into multiple APIs, including the Twitter Ads API, Twitter Search Tweets API, and Twitter Direct Message API.
This profile is maintained for historical, research, and reference purposes only.]
The Twitter micro-blogging service includes two RESTful APIs. The Twitter REST API methods allow developers to access core Twitter data. This includes update timelines, status data, and user information. The Search API methods give developers methods to interact with Twitter Search and trends data. The API presently supports the following data formats: XML, JSON, and the RSS and Atom syndication formats, with some methods only accepting a subset of these formats.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Video, B2B, Electronic Signature and Social. Highlights include the Twitter V2 API and an API for returning financial data about businesses. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
Twitter is moving the Hide Replies API endpoint out of Twitter Developer Labs, the company’s testing ground for emerging developer services, and into general availability. Using the API developers are able to build applications that help people hide or unhide replies to their Tweets.
Less than a day removed from a security breach that led to several high profile Twitter accounts being hacked, Twitter is delaying the launch of an all-new API. The new Twitter API is intended to provide developers with a robust feature set and an easy path to advanced data access.
Blogcast is a service that enables users to convert blogs from text to audio. Blogcast generates audio versions of your articles, then gives you the raw audio for embedding it as a podcast back into...