Five Notable Changes in Twitter's New API

Mehta, Hiren
March 2013
PC Quest;Mar2013, p70
The article presents the changes of the application programming interface (API) of the social networking website Twitter. These includes requiring applications displaying tweets to follow display requirements. It cites that Twitter needs to certify the pre-installed client applications. It also mentions that application is required by Twitter to have more than one million individual user tokens.


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