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Results from Developer for: January 2016

Mobile app playbook: adding data from third-party APIs for fun and profit

What we’ve learned about adding data from third-party APIs based on our experience building Cannonball and Furni.

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Launching enhanced video player and auto-looping GIFs in Twitter Kit

The January release of Twitter Kit includes updates to our video player and improved right-to-left language display.

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Mobile app playbook: creating a backend to manage services, data, and identities

Last week, we were left with a dilemma: potentially, a Furni user could log in via any of several services – and if we ever decided to actually release the app, we wanted to make sure people would always have easy access to their own data inside the app.

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Announcing our 2016 #HelloWorld developer tour

Today we are announcing our #HelloWorld international developer tour and we’re looking forward to seeing you on the road!

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Optimizely now available via Fabric

Thinking of adding a new feature like Digits to your app and not sure if it’s the right call? Test it out easily using Optimizely, now available via Fabric.

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Mobile app playbook: account systems and social login

Based on our experience building Cannonball and Furni, here’s what we learned about accounts and social logins.

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Twitter developer events: January 2016

We’re kicking off 2016 in Canada, India, and the US.

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Mobile app playbook: lessons learned

Based on our experience building Cannonball and Furni, we’ve organized what we’ve learned into a playbook. Part one covers prototyping, design and stability.

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