The Synic Systems have vast experience in Twitter API integration with website.
The Twitter connect enables you to login a user into your website using his Twitter account, and the ability to request and display his Twitter information into your application or website.
From March 5th 2013 Twitter is removing there current API and it will be fully replaced with the new API V1.1. This means that any application that is currently using the old API will stop working on March 5th. The main feature of the API is that requests need to be authenticated before they will work correctly. This is so Twitter can prevent abusive behavior of their API.
Currently, in v1.0 of the Twitter API we allow developers access to certain API endpoints without requiring their applications to authenticate, essentially enabling them to access public information from the Twitter API without us knowing who they are. For example, there are many applications that are pulling data from the Twitter API at very high rates (scraping, bots, etc.) where we only know the IP address of the applications. To prevent malicious use of the Twitter API and gain an understanding of what types of applications are accessing the API in order to evolve it to meet the needs of developers, it’s important to have visibility into the activity on the Twitter API and the applications using the platform.
In version 1.1, we will require every request to the API to be authenticated. For developers who are already using OAuth when making API requests, all of your authentication tokens will transition seamlessly from v1.0 to v1.1. If your application is currently using the Twitter API without using OAuth, you will need to update your application before March 2013. There’s more information about the timing of the transition from v1.0 to v1.1 below.
We have updated Twitter API 1.0 to 1.1 versions for our client’s websites and it has displaying properly on their websites now.
Synic systems have updated latest Twitter API 1.0 to 1.1 0n below mentioned platforms. Please contact us at email@example.com if you want updates your Twitter API 1.0 to 1.1 versions with your website.
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