The Twitter API has taken a winding road since its initial launch in 2006. Since 2012, Twitter has continued to clamp down on API consumption and usage, often to the dismay of the developer community. However, Twitter continues to understand the value of API features to its growth and the developer community.
The red hot startup of late, Pinterest, certainly has a friend in Facebook. Users of the pinning site can sign in with an account from the dominant social network. In a new post, Facebook suggests it's Pinterest's inclusion in Facebook Timeline that is driving its growth.
Facebook recently introduced Graph API V3.2, which includes updates to Instagram Graph API, Page Insights, Pages and Video Polls, and Marketing API. The company also announced updates to Facebook Login and the Messenger App.