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Posts from Developer: Fabric

A New Tool to Automatically Refine Twitter Content in Your App

Today we’re releasing an experimental feature in Twitter Kit, enabling you to automatically filter Tweets in timelines. Use this to take control of the content displayed in your apps.

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Case Study: How Easy scaled their app to meet global demand with Fabric

Learn How Easy scaled their app to meet global demand with Fabric

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Quote this! Twitter Kit now displays all common Tweet attachments

New Twitter Kit update handles all Tweet attachments! Quotes, photo sets, video playback and interaction are all wrapped up for you to drop easily into your app.

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Case Study: How NDTV uses Fabric and Twitter tools

Learn why NDTV chose to use components from Fabric to improve uptime, monitor analytics, embed tweets and streamline login.

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Embedding Twitter timelines just got a lot easier

Whether you want to dynamically generate thousands of timelines at once, or you’re just looking for the quickest way to add a single Twitter timeline to your site, we’ve got you covered with three easy new ways to create embedded timelines.

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Doing more with 140 characters

Prepare your products for upcoming changes to how characters are counted in Tweets.

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Announcing a new way to monetize your app with Twitter Kit + MoPub

Monetize your app with MoPub ads, now in Twitter Kit timelines.

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Coming soon: improved image sizes to the API

On June 1, the Twitter API will start returning larger images for each of the defined sizes. To benefit from the change and avoid a regression in image quality, Twitter Kit for iOS users should update to v2.0 or v1.15.3.

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How Cricbuzz uses Fabric

Cricbuzz brings superior live game experience to sports fans using Twitter.

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Twitter Kit 2.0 for iOS brings API refinement and new Tweet details

We’re delighted to announce that we’re releasing Twitter Kit 2.0 for iOS on March 23, with API refinements, a new Tweet detail view, and an important change to how applications request email addresses.

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