This article covers some of the key differences between a monolithic and microservices architecture. Some of the key differences between a monolithic and microservices architecture involve the codebase, database, development teams, programming languages and frameworks, and testing.
Twitter APIs (10)
Twitter Direct Message
||The Twitter Direct Message API allows developers to create engaging customer service, marketing, and engagement experiences. Developers can send and receive direct messages, create welcome messages,...||Social||12.14.2017|
Twitter Enterprise Search
||The Twitter Enterprise Search service provides two enterprise search APIs that includes; 30-Day Search API and the Full-Archive Search API. It provides Tweets posted with the last 30 days and...||Social||11.16.2017|
Twitter Search Tweets
||The Twitter Search Tweets API provides low-latency, full-fidelity, query-based access to the previous 30 days of Tweets with minute granularity that provides both data and counts endpoints. This is a...||Social||11.14.2017|
Twitter Account Activity Webhooks
||The Twitter Account Activity Webhooks API offers subscription based real-time access to Twitter accounts. The API supports direct messages. Currently, The API supports 50 account subscriptions per...||Social||05.17.2017|
Twitter Object Nest
||The Twitter Object Nest API allows developers to programmatically upload media and other assets to Twitter, a social microblogging service. The content type to be uploaded must be a valid media type...||Blogging||10.28.2016|
Twitter today made the Search Tweets API, the first of several new premium APIs, available to developers as a public beta. The move shows Twitter is following through on its commitment from earlier this year to help developers scale their projects from low-level to enterprise-class endeavors.