Twitter unveils a new API platform, roadmap and vision for its developer community

 Twitter historically has had a rocky relationship with its developer community. It once encouraged third-party apps, then later restricting them; hosting developer conferences, then killing them; debuting a suite of developer tools, then selling them; and despite issuing a mea culpa, the company failed to regain the trust of many. Read More


Twitter Introduces Gnip Insights APIs To Help Brands Better Understand Audiences And Content

gnip-twitter Gnip is the company that has been keeping archives of every tweet going back to the first one in 2006. Twitter knew how important this data was to marketers and companies so it acquired the company and now has a fleet of APIs that it’s making bank on.
Most recently it opened up instant access to all of those historical tweets. Today, during its developer conference Twitter Flight, the… Read More

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