By Brian Martin on
Rezolus is a high-resolution systems telemetry agent which helps us to reason about the performance of Twitter’s applications and services. We are excited to release it as open source software.
By Ashlie Ford and Marina Zhao on
How iteration and a focus on feedback led to a better experience on the new Twitter.com
By Jesar Shah and Gregory Baker on
Behind the scenes of launching the new Twitter.com. How we created the milestones and incorporated feedback into the process of building the new site.
By Ashlie Ford and Jesar Shah on
Introducing the new Twitter customization options and how you can enable them
By Charlie Croom on
An in-depth look at push notifications on Twitter's PWA examining how we try to minimize the number of notifications in a user's tray, while also providing value about what's happening in real-time
By @jadeloyzaga on
On the new Twitter.com, we're responding to more than just a user's screen size. We account for a whole variety of features, like modalities or network status and progressively enhance based on each.
By Anna Goncharova on
Integration tests, also known as smoke tests, allow us to automatically verify that web features are functioning properly across a variety of platforms and browsers.
By Katie Sievert and Jon Koon on
A deep dive to understand the impact of a component-based design and how it enables us to develop faster on the Twitter web codebase.
By Charlie Croom and Gregory Baker on
We’ve rebuilt the new Twitter.com in the image of what we want Twitter’s future to be: personalized, efficient, faster and more conversational.
By Prasad Wagle on
At Twitter, we want Internal users of any technical level to be able to discover and analyze data generated on the platform. This post describes how we are democratizing data analysis at Twitter.