Embedded timelines with API V1.1 OAuth

If you do read my blog, you would have noticed a post on the retirement of Twitter API v1, the launch of v1.1, and the subsequent [new] way of retrieveing the latest tweets of a given user.

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Embed your latest tweets on your website the API v1.1 way…or not

July 22nd 2013 – UPDATE: Now also in the blog the OAuth Way. A quick follow up to my “Quick and easy way to display tweets on a static website” blogpost in the wake of the retirement of Twitter’s API v1, as the json method used on that tuto isn’t working anymore.

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Reminder: Quick and easy way to display tweets on a static website

June 12th 2013 – UPDATE: The method used in this post is no longer valid, Twitter having retired API v1, and rolled out API v1.1 yesterday. Get it sorted out here. In the course of my work of redesign of shoogledesigns.com (see teaser here), I have encountered a peculiar situation in trying to locate a […]

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Walk back in time with Twitter image galleries

Twitter have just rolled out a new and cool feature, with the announcement of the now-available image galleries. The feature allows you to display the pictures you have added to your tweets in an aggregated manner, simply using the grid and slideshow url (see below). The new feature displays up to 100 of your mot […]

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