There are major advantages to today’s applications being built atop APIs. If you’re reading ProgrammableWeb, there’s a good chance you know all about integrating with other services. The major disadvantage of modern distributed architecture is pretty obvious—someone else’s service could go down and it’s outside of your control. You might not even know a service is down, which is why many top API providers are now making status pages available. These sites help communicate to developers when anything is amiss with the API.
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|Twitter Account Activity Enterprise||This Account Activity Webhooks API provides Enterprise services that allow you to subscribe to real time user account activities. It provides a way to receive real time Tweets, Direct Messages, and...||Social||Streaming v1.0|
|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||REST v1.1|
|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||REST|
|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||REST v1.1|
|Twitter Account Activity Webhooks||The Twitter Account Activity Webhooks API offers subscription based real-time access to Twitter accounts. This API supports direct messages that delivers the full set of activities related to an...||Social||Streaming v1.1|
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Twitter Kit 3 was introduced as a standalone SDK earlier this year. Originally limited to Android and iOS, Twitter has expanded support to Unity. Whether its login authorization, in-game Tweets, or sharing, Twitter Kit for Unity might change the gaming landscape through more social capability.