If you’re a developer looking to build something using Twitter, life just got a bit easier. Twitter’s Developer Advocacy Team has announced that it’s sharing the social network’s most commonly requested code on GitHub.
The list of 23 repos on Twitter’s GitHub Dev page so far includes how to build your own Tweet wall, the method for plotting real-time Tweets on a Google Map, how to host your own Twitter voting system, the easiest way to create a bot to auto-reply to Tweets and how to embed Tweets into your iOS or Android app.
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
Twitter’s also added a visual index of its code repos, so you can find the code you’re looking for at a glance.
➤ TwitterDev code samples on GitHub [Twitter]