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Ben Ward / Twitter Developers:
Deprecating IE6 and IE7 support in Twitter for Websites (TFW)   —  @BenWard Ben Ward  —  When the Tweet button was introduced in 2010, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 was our baseline.  Now, most users have upgraded and we see IE6 usage dwindled.  On May 13th 2013, we're going to prune …
Apr 19, 2013, 4:50 PMIn context
Jason Costa / Twitter Developers:
Mobile app deep-linking and new Cards   —  Twitter Cards are being used by more than 10,000 developers, mobile apps and websites to richly represent content on Twitter, including article summaries, user-posted photos, videos, songs, and more.  Today, through those Cards …
Apr 2, 2013, 10:30 PMIn context
Arne Roomann-Kurrik / Twitter Developers:
Moving to 64-bit Twitter User IDs   —  Every entity represented in Twitter's API has an ID associated with it.  As we allocate larger and larger numbers for these IDs, the space required to store them must grow in turn.  For example, we migrated Tweet IDs from 32-bit to 64-bit integers back in 2009 …
Jan 22, 2013, 6:25 PMIn context
Jason Costa / Twitter Developers:
Current status: API v1.1   —  @jasoncosta Jason Costa  —  Today, we're excited to release the next version of the Twitter API, version 1.1.  A few weeks ago, we outlined many of the v1.1 changes, and with today's release, we've also updated the Developer Rules of the Road …
Sep 5, 2012, 4:50 PMIn context
Michael Sippey / Twitter Developers blogs:
Changes coming in Version 1.1 of the Twitter API   —  At the end of June, I wrote about how we're working to deliver a consistent Twitter experience, and how we would soon introduce stricter guidelines about how the Twitter API is used.  I'd like to give you more information about coming changes …
Aug 16, 2012, 7:45 PMIn context
Michael Sippey / Twitter Developers:
Delivering a consistent Twitter experience   —  Just over two weeks ago, I talked about more interactive experiences within expanded Tweets and how easy it is for users to discover even more great content on Twitter.  The technology behind expanded Tweets — Twitter cards …
Jun 29, 2012, 3:20 PMIn context
Mark Otto / Twitter Developers:
Say hello to Bootstrap 2.0   —  Six months ago we open-sourced Twitter Bootstrap, an extensive front-end toolkit for developing web sites and applications.Since then, Bootstrap has grown to be one of the most popular projects on GitHub, the largest open source code host in the world, with over 16,000 watchers and 3,000 forks.
Feb 1, 2012, 1:55 AMIn context
Jason Costa / Twitter Developers:
Twitter's new @handle distribution pilot program   —  Today we introduce a new pilot program for distributing Verified Account @handles and public profile metadata to developers, media and content services, and consumer device manufacturers.  The Echo Nest, Gracenote, and Rovi are the first partners …
Jan 10, 2012, 11:45 AMIn context
Twitter Developers:
The t.co URL Wrapper   —  Tens of millions of links are tweeted on Twitter each day.  Wrapping these shared links helps Twitter protect users from malicious content while offering useful insights on engagement.  All links submitted within tweets and direct messages, regardless of length, will eventually be wrapped with t.co.
Oct 10, 2011, 2:20 PMIn context
Ian Chan / Twitter Developers:
SSL Support for Tweet Button and Follow Button   —  @chanian Ian Chan  —  Today we are pleased to announce SSL support for our Tweet and Follow Button widgets.  That means that now you can add these widgets to your secure https pages, enabling users to easily share your content and follow your accounts without leaving your site.
Sep 16, 2011, 3:15 PMIn context

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