The DailyMile Node.js SDK by Alex Hancock interacts with the API to access fitness, training, and social data. It includes installation. The usage section demonstrates how to add an activity for a user and activity near a lat, in addition to the recent 20 entries.
In response to developer feedback, Twitter will soon add semantic versioning to its Ads API so that developers can more easily deal with new and deprecated features. Additionally, Twitter is increasing the time it supports deprecated versions of the Ads API from 30 to 90 days.
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.