Today, we’re introducing 11 new Twitter Certified Products. Since we introduced the program last summer, our goal has been to help businesses find tools and services that make them more successful on Twitter. To date, Certified Products have been largely U.S.-focused; this new group includes companies from Europe, Japan and Latin America –– extending the program’s global footprint and empowering brands and publishers around the world.
To build stable, robust applications, you need to understand when, why, and under what conditions your apps may crash. On the Android platform, variations in hardware, along with the multitude of in-market OS variants running your apps, make it even harder to identify and resolve crashes.
Monday, May 13, 2013 | By Arne Rಠ_ಠmann-Kurrik (@kurrik) [09:51 UTC]
Engineers here at Twitter are always looking for ways to increase efficiency and simplify our codebase. To that end, we’re deprecating HTTP 1.0 support for all streaming API endpoints. While our streaming API continues to grow, this version of the protocol is rarely used. Also, its successor (HTTP 1.1, introduced in 1999) offers features that are useful for streamed responses.