The Twitter APIs are used by thousands of developers every day to build applications and services allowing users to create, consume and explore Tweets. In the past this required coding experience and server components, making it hard to implement. Now, by implementing lessons learnt from the Open Web, Twitter for Websites lowers that barrier and helps you increase engagement.
We’ll explore the journey Twitter took when they created Twitter for Websites; the motivations, engineering decisions and the ways in which Open Web standards made them possible.
This presentation was given during Open Web Camp III at Stanford University on July 16, 2011
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