This Python source code for Twitter API is based on "Mining the Social Web (Second Edition) and provides sample code for accessing Twitter's API for development and oAuth access for production purposes, discovering trending topics, searching for tweets, constructing convenient function calls, saving and restoring JSON data with flat-text files, using MongoDB, sampling the Twitter firehose with the Streaming API, collecting time-series data, extracting tweet entities, finding the most popular tweet and tweets in a collection of tweets, tabulating frequency analysis, finding users who have retweeted a status, extracting a retweet attribution, making robust Twitter requests, resolving user profile information, extracting tweet entities from arbitrary text, getting friends and followers for a user, analyzing user's friends and followers, harvesting a user's tweet, crawling a friendship graph, analyzing tweet content, summarizing link targets, and analyzing a user's favorite tweet.
Twitter photo sharing service TweetPhoto is encouraging developers to use its platform by giving them a way to earn some money. The service pays developers by the number of photos that its users upload via the TweetPhoto API.
It's just about two months until the next U.S. Presidential election. And regardless of who you plan to vote for, you probably have an opinion about which candidate you think will win. The new mash-up web site VoteNight gives you an opportunity to share your predictions with the slick use of the Google Maps API.
Singly has announced the open beta of its app connection platform. The platform consists of two main components (i.e. the App Fabric SDK and the Data Fabric infrastructure). The App Fabric simplifies social data sharing and shortens time to enable functionality such as friend finding and login across multiple apps. The Data Fabric allows developers to integrate features like synching, data querying, intelligent indexing, instant push, archiving, and more.