Faster access to Twitter API samples
By Andy Piper @andypiper, Senior Staff Developer Advocate 17 August 2022
By Andy Piper @andypiper, Senior Staff Developer Advocate
17 August 2022
If you’re not familiar with Replit, it’s a platform where you can quickly write code and host apps (“Repls”), directly through your browser. It supports a range of different technology stacks, live collaboration (i.e. it's in the cloud so you can code with others in the same app at the same time), and has educational and community features, too! We’re excited to work with the folks over at Replit to bring some of our samples to the community there, and we expect to continue to add more of them over time.
For example, our first demo app connects to the sampled stream and plots Tweets with location information as points onto an interactive globe that you can rotate in the browser. This is neat, but it is just a starting point. Users on Replit can fork the Repl and start to add features of their own.
You can start exploring the new Twitter page on Replit right now! If you’d like to make the most of the examples, you will want to make sure that you have a Twitter Developer Account (get started here), and to create a new Project and App. Once you have done so, you can follow the instructions in the templates or demo Repls to set your app secrets.
We hope you enjoy learning more about Twitter API v2 and our SDKs, on Replit. We’re excited to hear what you think, so let us know, either on Replit, or in our developer community forums, or on Twitter!