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Mentions and user timeline request limit goes into effect today

@johnd wrote: Beginning at 10:00 am PDT today, we are enforcing a new limit of 100,000 requests per day to the v1.1 /statuses/mentions_timeline and /statuses/user_timeline endpoints. As a reminder, we announced this change back in March with a forum post and blog post outlining reasons for the change, and recommended steps that impacted developers should […]

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Recent Tweet compose update might affect some geo use cases

@LeBraat wrote: On 6/18, we made a change to the Tweet composer on both iOS and Android that removes the option to add precise location when geotagging a Tweet. People will still be able to add geotags by selecting a place or point of interest (aka Twitter Places) and the possibility to add precise location […]

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Twitter Developer Labs is open to all developers

@i_am_daniele wrote: Following our initial announcement, we’re excited to share that Twitter Developer Labs is now available to all developers! Twitter Developer Labs is a new program to let developers test new API endpoints and share feedback as we build the new generation of the Twitter API. Since the endpoints we will release in Labs […]

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Removing support for legacy TLS versions (1.0/1.1) on Twitter

@andypiper wrote: Twitter is committed to ensuring the security and privacy of our users, services, and our developers. Since the removal of SSL support in 2014, the Twitter API has required a minimum of TLS 1.0 for all incoming connections. Both TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are now significantly outdated, having been superseded by TLS 1.2 […]

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Reminder: mentions_timeline and user_timeline rate limit changes take effect June 19th

@johnd wrote: As a reminder, on June 19th, 2019 we will begin limiting total GET requests to the /statuses/mentions_timeline and /statuses/user_timeline endpoints to 100,000 requests per day (per app). To learn more about this change and how to mitigate potential impact, please review the detailed forum post. For any other questions, please post them in […]

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New Account Activity API tutorial content

@andypiper wrote: Hey, everyone. We just published a new video, along with content, to help you learn and get started with the Account Activity API and Twitter webhooks. Check it out below. https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/tutorials/getting-started-with-the-account-activity-api Posts: 2 Participants: 1 Read full topic source https://twittercommunity.com/t/new-account-activity-api-tutorial-content/126417

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New API Release: Recover Account Activity Events

@tony wrote: Today, we are excited to announce the launch of the Account Activity Replay API, a data recovery tool available to enterprise customers with access to the Account Activity API. This product allows users to retrieve missed events from as far back as five days ago. This new tool can be utilized to recover […]

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Archival of Twitter Kit SDKs

@saysmax wrote: On October 31, 2018 we officially ended support for Twitter Kit. Within the next week, we’ll be archiving the associated GitHub repositories, closing any open issues and pull requests, and removing product documentation. What is the impact? The open source GitHub repositories for all three SDKs will be moved to our twitter-archive account, […]

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New: Twitter Developer Labs

@i_am_daniele wrote: Today, we’re launching Twitter Developer Labs, a new program that allows developers to test new API products early and share feedback. We know the best future version of our API will come from creating it together with the people who use it most. To learn more, please read our forum post. Posts: 3 […]

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Building a better Twitter Developer Platform: early design choices for our first Labs releases

@i_am_daniele wrote: We announced the Twitter API v1.1 in August 2012. Twitter itself has evolved a lot since then, as has our developer platform – with the addition of new services like our enterprise data APIs and the Ads API. Today, many of these developer services look and feel different from each other, and some […]

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