Klout SDKs and Wrappers make up a set of development kits that developers can use to develop 3rd party applications. The SDK supports a variety of languages (Java, Node.js, Objective-C, PHP, Python, & Ruby), allowing developers the ability to choose the compatible language and framework. The site also provides developers with other OAuth and KloutPass Tools that are contributed by the Klout developer community.
Yes, you read that title correctly. WhereTheLadies.At is, indeed, a thing that exists. Before you get start joking around, let's be honest. Checking in all the time on Foursquare has earned you nothing but Mayorships and a free slice of pizza every once in a while. Well, that's about to change.
As more and more people are using Twitter as a means of sharing and communicating, it seems that almost every web and mobile application on the planet as a "Share this on Twitter" feature. Most of the time, this feature is welcome. Posting Foursquare mayorships, new blog posts, entertaining YouTube video, etc. But sometimes, it's a problem. Namely, when a web application doesn't include the option to not post to Twitter or makes the button hard to find or easy to miss.
Twitter has announced major changes that will alter the way the company calculates 140 characters. Certain attachments, URLs, and handles will no longer count towards the character limit. Changes will allow users to use more words, and developers must prepare for the upcoming changes.