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How to join the Titanium's twitter community

Installed and ran Titanium for a while.

Noticed there is this Community profile and I can see tweets from a lot of people in that pane.

I have a twitter account and would like to "see" my tweets (Ti related, of course) in there.

How can I do that?

— asked October 25th 2010 by Taylor Ren
  • community

2 Answers

  • There's no "twitter community" anywhere. What you see on the site is simply a list of tweets that mention "Appcelerator" or "titanium", or tweets from one of their accounts.

    You can search for these terms on the twitter website or in most of the twitter clients

    — answered October 25th 2010 by Andre Navarro
  • BirdHouse: Twitter OAuth for Android & iPhone

    You can use BirdHouse to see your tweets as well as post status updates. Here is some info:

    Cross-Platform Support & Up-to-Date: BirdHouse has been tested on Android with Linux and Mac as well as on iPhone, both using the latest Titanium Mobile SDK (1.6.2). It has been tested by others and is being maintained to fix any issues.

    Go here for the code and go here for the test app.

    About: The script can send tweets, retrieve tweets, authenticate, "deauthenticate", and send custom API calls to Twitter. For sending tweets, a custom UI popup appears. It is designed to work similar to Titanium's Facebook module.

    David Riccitelli's oauth-adapter doesn't work on Android, but some have forked it to work, such as Ketan Majmudar (go here for his code), I have tried other OAuth scripts as well, but I have been more successful with BirdHouse.

    — answered April 19th 2011 by Joe iEntry
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