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Introduction With Twitter Cards, you can attach rich photos, videos and media experiences to Tweets, helping to drive traffic to your website. Simply add a few lines of markup to your webpage, and users who Tweet links to your content will have a “Card” added to the Tweet that’s visible to their followers. The Tweet embedded below shows a Player Card along with 140 characters: Drive engagement from your Tweets The different Card types each have a beautiful consumption experience built for Twitter’s web and mobile clients: Summary Card: Title, description, and thumbnail.Summary Card with Large Image: Similar to the Summary Card, but with a prominently-featured image.App Card: A Card with a direct download to a mobile app.Player Card: A Card that can provide video/audio/media. To learn more about how the Card meta tags and web crawler work, check out the Getting Started Guide. Drive app downloads from your Tweets Get started in 4 simple steps Ready to get started with Cards?

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Share Bookmarklet Updated on Wed, 2014-02-12 17:33 Overview The Share Bookmarklet makes it easy for you to share any webpage on Twitter, even if there isn’t a Tweet Button. It works in all major browsers and is easy to install. The Future of Twitter's Platform Is All in the Cards - Mike Isaac - Social On June 29, Twitter VP of Product Michael Sippey posted a foreboding 439-word letter to the company blog, broadly sketching the direction Twitter’s platform is headed. Upon its reception, most of the public attention focused on a single passage, which stated that Twitter will soon introduce stricter guidelines to its developer partners in the coming weeks, limiting the ways in which outsiders will be able to use Twitter’s rich, ceaseless stream of data. This was a big deal.

Libraries Updated on Tue, 2014-01-21 23:42 These libraries, while not necessarily tested by Twitter, should support Twitter API v1.1. Want your library to be included in this index or need to update the details we have? Submit your library for inclusion! Libraries built and maintained by Twitter How Twitter in the Classroom is Boosting Student Engagement Professors who wish to engage students during large lectures face an uphill battle. Not only is it a logistical impossibility for 200+ students to actively participate in a 90 minute lecture, but the downward sloping cone-shape of a lecture hall induces a one-to-many conversation. This problem is compounded by the recent budget cuts that have squeezed ever more students into each room.

The City that Disappears By the fans // Alexandre (fr) As announced earlier (read here), here’s the first review of our forthcoming album made by one of our closest fan, Alexandre, a french guy living now in Denmark. For french readers! Expect more fans reviews shortly! How to Write a Twitter Bot using Google Scripts - Tutorial 09 Apr 2016 Learn how you can create your own Twitter bots without writing a single line of code. The bots can favorite, retweet, reply tweets or even send DMs to users. Adding share Users often come across information they’re excited to share with someone or use in another app. Share is a lightweight, in-context feature that's easy to add to your app. An app can support the Share feature in two ways. First, it can be a source app that provides content that the user wants to share. Second, the app can be a target app that the user selects as the destination for shared content.

I Made Some Free Facebook Connect Buttons In PNG & PSD If there is one site that has influenced me the most this year, it’s the invite-only designer showcase Dribbble. The attention to detail in the work on there is amazing. It’s made me step back and realise that I have to improve, everything from font usage to organising layers properly. How to Decode a Tweet When you first start using Twitter, one of the things you have to figure out is how to decode Tweets. What does each part represent? What does it mean when a word starts with a #? Below is a Tweet as it might be displayed on the Twitter website when viewed on a computer. Note that not all Tweets might include all of these exact attributes.

The Mysterious Words You Can’t Tweet The legend goes something like this: as a child, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey’s father would relentlessly hound him to “Get better”, so Jack eventually banned the phrase from being tweeted. Go ahead and try it, the tweet won’t go through. But the legend? It’s a hoax. See, way back when, Twitter wasn’t a popular smart phone app, it was a way to publish up to 140 characters to the Internet via text message. To let people follow and unfollow each other, change their bio, and more straight from SMS, Twitter created a list of commands that when sent wouldn’t be tweeted, but would trigger actions instead. Sharing and exchanging data Here we describe the various ways that apps can share and exchange data. Users today expect to be able to use technology to connect and share with other people. Whether a user wants to share a link with their social network, copy a picture into a report, or upload a file to cloud storage, apps today need to ensure that the data they use is also available for users to share and exchange.

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