Thursday, February 28, 2013 | By Taylor Singletary (@episod) [20:09 UTC]
We just made some changes to our OAuth 1.0A flow, enabling applications to better control automatic redirection behavior in the “Sign in with Twitter” flow. With these changes, we recommend you log in to dev.twitter.com and review the applications you’ve created and the specific OAuth options available to them.
Today we’re releasing Hosebird Client, a Java-based client for Twitter’s Streaming APIs. While Twitter has open-sourced a considerable amount of software, this is the first API client library we’ve developed in-house and are releasing to the world.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 | By Sean Cook (@theSeanCook) [10:07 UTC]
You may know that a couple weeks ago, Twitter acquired Crashlytics, a mobile crash reporting solution. Today, we thought mobile developers would like to know that Crashlytics is folding its Enterprise features into its main product. This means that developers can now use Crashlytics with no usage costs or limits.
Here at Twitter, we love using Crashlytics for mobile crash reporting, and we think that you will too. You can read more about their announcement on their blog.