Thursday, April 18, 2013 | By DecorativeWardSeason (@benward) [15:44 UTC]
When the Tweet button was introduced in 2010, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 was our baseline. Now, most users have upgraded and we see IE6 usage dwindled. On May 13th 2013, we’re going to prune our support for that browser and its successor, IE7.
Friday, April 12, 2013 | By Arne Rಠ_ಠmann-Kurrik (@kurrik) [09:37 UTC]
Twitter auto-links financial symbols (which look like $FOO) in Tweet text. These parsed symbols will soon be made available via the API under the Tweet “entities” object. Sections of text which match a dollar sign ($) followed by a word identifier will show up under the “entities/symbols” key. For example:
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 | By Jason Costa (@jasoncosta) [18:25 UTC]
Twitter Cards are being used by more than 10,000 developers, mobile apps and websites to richly represent content on Twitter, including article summaries, user-posted photos, videos, songs, and more. Today, through those Cards, we’re introducing a new way to bring people directly to your app from a Tweet, and we’re adding new types of Cards, so you can more creatively show your content on Twitter.