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Dtsn devnest9
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  • - Daniel (dtsn)
    - Side project - tweettabs, about a year
    - Work for TweetMeme, 13 people, aggregates links
    - How TweetMeme works
  • - Find Links - Spider contents
    - More people retweet the further up our list it goes
    - Great for breaking news, hudson river
    - The Button

  • - TweetMeme is known for the button, which i look after?
    - 61px been copied by facebook, digg & (i think) google
    - So popular that we ....

  • - Serve 500 million /day
    - When we Increased size by 8 bytes, 1.2TB a month (4 lang)
    - onto tweettabs
  • - Side project, proof of concept
    - Released a year ago
    - Live preview ....
  • - Entirely in JS
    - Searches Twitter, uses JSONP, JSONP Queue
    - Adaptive pollrate, meaning API limit isn’t exceeded
    - No Oauth -> wasn’t quite complete - Here’s where @anywhere comes in
  • - On the surface not really exciting hover cards, follow buttons
    - Twitters attempt to increase user engagement
    - It hides something truly fantastic
  • - Twitters JavaScript API, annouced at chirp
    - Uses the twitter connect provided by @anywhere to authenticate
    - Integrated it into tweettabs
    - Live demo .....
  • - This is how easy it is!
    - T (object)
  • 1 piece of Documentation, just guess work
    Very buggy
    It’s slow
    It’s not supported by Twitter (yet)

  • - Any questions you can @ me
  • Transcript

    • 1. Tab Happy TweetMeme,Tweettabs and @Anywhere Daniel Saxil-Nielsen
    • 2. Hey, check out this great site http://dtsn.co.uk
    • 3. 38px 123 tweets 61px 4px 7px 16px 50px
    • 4. 500,000,000 buttons served each day 500,000,000 == 4.6 TB == 10,000 R/s 20 Servers
    • 5. TweetTabs
    • 6. http://search.twitter.com/search.json? q=dtsn&callback=t.callback var t = { callback: function(data) { this.tab.addDate(data); this.request(this.queue.shift()); } }
    • 7. @Anywhere
    • 8. JS-API
    • 9. twttr.anywhere(function(T) { if (T.isConnected()) { T.status.Update(‘hello world’); } });
    • 10. Downsides
    • 11. Resources List of all @Anywhere methods (from chirp) - http://platform.twitter.com/js-api.html Google Group - http://groups.google.com/group/ twitter-dev-anywhere
    • 12. @DTSN

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