Wednesday, November 30, 2011 | By Sean Cook (@theSeanCook) [14:50 UTC]
To help build upon an already thriving mobile ecosystem, today we’re excited to launch
new resources for mobile development, beginning with the Twitter framework for iOS. Since the launch of iOS 5, we have seen an incredible number of applications incorporate the Twitter framework, including the launch partners we highlight at http://ios.twitter.com.
The iOS integration enables simple mobile sharing, and reflects our commitment to mobile Twitter integrations.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 | By Brian Ellin (@brianellin) [09:12 UTC]
Next week we will be making a few updates to our Tweet and Follow Button widgets. The updates are primarily aesthetic, and we’ll be rolling them out on the morning of Tuesday, December 6. No changes to your code or button placement are required, and the update will be automatic.
Monday, November 7, 2011 | By Jason Costa (@jasoncosta) [10:01 UTC]
Brands, publishers, and TV networks often work with Twitter ecosystem companies to design and build great Twitter experiences for their users and viewers. Two of our most well-known platform partners - Mass Relevance and Crimson Hexagon - deliver impressive results for many brands and publishers. They are the most recent ecosystem companies Twitter has established formal partnerships with in order to help brands and media companies more easily deliver compelling Twitter integrations to their users.
Friday, November 4, 2011 | By Arne Rಠ_ಠmann-Kurrik (@kurrik) [13:48 UTC]
Ask a developer what the most complicated part of working with the Twitter API is, and there’s a very good chance that they’ll say OAuth. Anyone who has ever written code to calculate a request signature understands that there are several precise steps, each of which must be executed perfectly, in order to come up with the correct value.