Posts tagged as: twitter

Dealing with the Twitter Oauth-Apocalypse

September 16th, 2020 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 124 Comments

As many of you may have seen in recent weeks, Twitter changed its access policies and now requires OAuth from all third party applications that access Twitter user accounts. This is a large change from how many iPhone developers having been incorporating Twitter into their applications. What is OAuth exactly? How can iPhone developers get their apps up to date so they don’t break their Twitter incorporation? Well we have all the info you need to know about …


Diving into the Twitter Stream

May 21st, 2020 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 6 Comments

Hey iCoders. As I posted earlier I recently made an iPad app called TweetMapper. I just put out a new release of the app with a big new feature. The app now has a scrolling timeline of the tweets it is seeing as they come in. In order to make this app I took advantage of the Twitter Stream API that is provided by twitter. This API creates a persistent connection between the Twitter servers and your application. We will essentially start a stream of incoming NSData object to an NSURLConnection that you create querying the stream. We will look into the different search parameters which can be passed into the request, the way in which our code responds to authentication requests from Twitter, and the logic we must use to ensure that the data we have received is a complete XML element and not chopped off.


Follow Us on Twitter!

January 30th, 2009 Posted by: - posted under:Articles - 4 Comments
Stay tuned for the next game programming tutorial. Should be up soon…
Happy iCoding.


iCodeBlog Is Now On twitter

September 19th, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Articles - Comments Off on iCodeBlog Is Now On twitter

For those of you Twitter Fans out there, you can now subscribe to via twitter. Every time a new post is added or updated, my blog will automatically post a tweet to twitter. I subscribe to a few blogs via twitter and feel this is a valuable tool for sharing content.
So if you prefer twitter to RSS, subscribe now!