Almost every user on internet knows about twitter. It’s getting popular day by day, many companies and developers are also producing twitter applications using twitter API. In my early post i have mentioned popular twitter applications which you can visit here.
In this post i have collected some tutorials and resources for developers on building a twitter application.
Building a Twitter Application
In this tutorial, you use the NetBeans IDE to create a simple, graphical, REST-based client that displays Twitter public timeline messages and lets you view and update your Twitter status. The application uses Swing and NetBeans IDE’s support for Twitter’s SaaS operations.
You can try out the SWX Twitter API methods online right this moment by using the SWX Service Explorer.
Developer says, “…So, to build a Twitter bot, isn’t hard, & by the end of this tutorial, hopefully I will have successfully conveyed to you how to get your own automated Twitter service up & running.”
Twitter Client for Android (How to make XML over HTTP calls).
Below is a screenshot of what developer will show to build. It’s simply a button that lives in Chrome’s toolbar.
Twitter is a new kind of publishing platform, and the simple, straightforward API for this platform is easy to use with a variety of tools and programming languages.
How to Build a Twitter Agent
In this tutorial you will build an actual useful Twitter Service that will allow you to track the Blogosphere. In the process you will get hands on programming experience with Ruby, DRb, Twitter and Jabber.
Building a Custom Branded Twitter Application
One of the clever but often-overlooked features of Twitter is that it upgrades these custom applications to first-class citizens within the Twitterverse by tagging each tweet with the hyperlinked name of the tool.
In this tutorial developer will show you how to build a simple Twitter client in Silverlight. You will also learn the shortcomings of WebClient Class in Silverlight.