The Twitter Developer Blog

Your source for new features, best practices and real-world use of the Twitter Platform.

Twitter developer events: May 2016

Our #HelloWorld tour heads to São Paolo, and we’re participating in our first event in Romania.

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#Promote Ads API challenge

Build the best Twitter advertising tool during the #Promote Ads API Challenge for the chance to win a $250,000 grand prize.

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Coming soon: improved image sizes to the API

On June 1, the Twitter API will start returning larger images for each of the defined sizes. To benefit from the change and avoid a regression in image quality, Twitter Kit for iOS users should update to v2.0 or v1.15.3.

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Twitter developer events: April 2016

Come meet us during the #HelloWorld tour, and our first trip to Africa.

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Alt text support for Twitter Cards and the REST API

New platform products enabling publishers and third-party developers to publish images accessible to the visually impaired.

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How Cricbuzz uses Fabric

Cricbuzz brings superior live game experience to sports fans using Twitter.

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Mobile app playbook: streamlining your workflow

In our final post for our mobile app playbook series, we have some advice for making that continuous build and deployment process as painless as possible.

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Twitter Kit 2.0 for iOS brings API refinement and new Tweet details

We’re delighted to announce that we’re releasing Twitter Kit 2.0 for iOS on March 23, with API refinements, a new Tweet detail view, and an important change to how applications request email addresses.

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Spotlight on fastlane: snapshot

Snapshot is a tool, available via fastlane, that automates the generation of localized screenshots on iOS devices. Using Cannonball, our sample app, we’ll see how easy it is to get started with fastlane and snapshot in an existing project.

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Mobile app playbook: analytics and what to track

Understanding your mobile app’s analytics and what to track is an important piece of app development. We’re sharing our three common use cases for app data: daily checks, investigations, and ad-hoc analysis.

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