Twitter API : Up and Running (1ST)

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Twitter API : Up and Running (1ST)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 391 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780596154615
  • DDC分類 006.7

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This ground-breaking book is for Twitter fans who want to do more than just answer the question, 'What are you doing?' In the first book about programming with the Twitter API, the barrier to entry for new and casual programmers is lowered with explanation of how each part of the API works and detailed examples of how those parts can be assembled into practical and fun web applications. This book also explains the importance of the Twitter culture and how it has inspired programmers to build their own tools and games. The prerequisite for this book is a basic understanding of how applications are built and hosted on the Web. The PHP and MySQL code necessary to the construction of the example applications will be provided and explained.This work is suitable for IT professionals in small organizations (potential integration for services or products) and Twitter members wishing to learn programming using something familiar (e.g., to detect a specific function that doesn't yet exist). The history chapter will be attractive non-programmers who want to understand the phenomenon.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xiii
Hello Twitter 1 (44)
What Are You Doing? 2 (7)
Rules of Engagement 4 (2)
Opportunistic Interruptions 6 (2)
Twitter Is Like a Side-by-Side 8 (1)
Conversation
History of Twitter 9 (16)
A Brief History of Microblogging 10 (2)
Believe It or Not: Twitter Was Inspired 12 (2)
by Bike Couriers
Millions and Millions Served 14 (2)
The Rise of the Fail Whale 16 (4)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Gauging 20 (3)
Twitter's Profitability
Developers Are Users, Too 23 (2)
Creative Uses of Twitter 25 (18)
Twitter Utilitarianism 26 (1)
Twitter for News 27 (1)
Twitter for Science 28 (1)
Twitter for God 29 (1)
Twitter for Emergencies 30 (1)
Twitter for Marketing 31 (1)
Twitter for Social Change 32 (2)
Twitter for Money 34 (1)
Twitter for Games 34 (1)
Twitter for Anthropomorphism 35 (1)
Twitter for Help 36 (1)
Twitter for Creativity 37 (1)
Twitter for Education 38 (1)
Twitter for Entertainment 38 (1)
Twitter for Sports 39 (1)
Twitter for Evil 40 (1)
Twitter As a Shared Event 41 (1)
Twitter for Everyone 42 (1)
A Changing Culture 43 (2)
Twitter Applications 45 (38)
Twitter's Open API 46 (1)
Finding Inspiration 47 (1)
Tools for Publishing 48 (3)
Twitterfeed 48 (1)
SnapTweet 49 (1)
SecretTweet 50 (1)
Tools for the Information Stream 51 (4)
Twittervision 52 (1)
Twitter Matrix 53 (1)
Twalala 54 (1)
Tools of Appropriation 55 (3)
Track This 55 (1)
Live Twitting 56 (1)
FoodFeed 57 (1)
Tools for Search 58 (6)
TwitDir 59 (1)
Green Tweets 60 (1)
TweetBeep 61 (1)
Tweet Scan 62 (1)
Favrd 63 (1)
Tools of Aggregation 64 (3)
Twappi 64 (1)
Twitscoop 65 (1)
Twist 66 (1)
Tools for Statistics 67 (7)
What's Your Tweet Worth? 67 (1)
TweetStats 68 (2)
Follow Cost 70 (1)
Twitter Grader 71 (1)
Twitterank 72 (2)
Tools for the Follow Network 74 (6)
Does Follow 74 (1)
Qwitter 75 (1)
Friend or Follow 76 (1)
Mr. Tweet 77 (1)
Omnee 78 (1)
Twitree 79 (1)
And Many More 80 (3)
Web Programming Basics 83 (50)
XHTML 83 (7)
Web Pages 84 (5)
A Nod to Some Other XML Structures 89 (1)
CSS 90 (6)
Assigning Styles to Structure 92 (1)
Laying Out Your Web Page Content 93 (1)
Decorating the Web Page Content 94 (1)
Getting the Browser to Recognize Styles 95 (1)
PHP 96 (26)
How to Accept Candy from Strangers 97 (1)
Strings, Arrays, and Objects 98 (2)
Manipulating the Data You Collect 100 (4)
Knowing Your Environment 104 (2)
Controlling the Flow of Logic 106 (3)
File Management 109 (2)
Connecting to the Database 111 (2)
Building a Custom Function 113 (3)
SimpleXML 116 (1)
DOM 117 (1)
cURL 118 (2)
Debugging 120 (2)
MySQL 122 (4)
Creating a New Table 123 (1)
Retrieving Information from the Database 124 (1)
Changing Information in the Database 125 (1)
A Place to Call/home 126 (4)
Selecting a Host Server 126 (2)
Automation 128 (2)
Further Reading 130 (3)
Meet the Twitter API 133 (58)
Accessing the API 134 (15)
HTTP Requests 134 (3)
HTTP Status Codes 137 (2)
Format 139 (1)
Authentication 140 (1)
A Peak at O Auth 141 (2)
Parameters 143 (4)
Rate Limiting 147 (1)
Keeping Development Light 148 (1)
Play Along at Home 149 (1)
The API Methods 150 (31)
Publishing 151 (1)
The Information Stream 152 (5)
The Follow Network 157 (8)
Communication 165 (3)
Member Account 168 (6)
API Administration 174 (2)
Search 176 (5)
Other Data Options 181 (1)
Gone Phishing: A Word About Passwords 182 (9)
Is Twishing Worth the Effort? 184 (3)
O Auth Can Help 187 (4)
Meet the Output 191 (22)
User Objects 192 (6)
User Elements 195 (3)
Status Objects 198 (4)
Status Elements 200 (2)
Message Objects 202 (3)
Direct Message Elements 204 (1)
Search Objects 205 (3)
Feed Elements 206 (1)
Entry Elements 207 (1)
ID Objects 208 (1)
ID Elements 208 (1)
Response Objects 209 (1)
Response Elements 209 (1)
Hash Objects 209 (4)
Hash Elements 210 (1)
Errors 211 (2)
Application Setup 213 (50)
Establishing Your Twitter Account 214 (8)
Registering a New Twitter Member Account 215 (2)
Configuring Your New Account 217 (5)
Creating Your Database 222 (5)
Making Sure There Is a There There 223 (1)
Giving the Database Some Structure 223 (4)
Included Functions 227 (33)
Creating Your Includes Directory 227 (2)
Environment Functions 229 (1)
API Configuration Functions 230 (4)
Database Functions 234 (1)
SQL Queries 235 (5)
Data Parsing Functions 240 (6)
Password Management Functions 246 (3)
Data Validation Functions 249 (3)
Data Sorting Functions 252 (1)
Statistics Functions 253 (1)
Log Management Functions 254 (1)
Status Messages 255 (2)
HTML Template Functions 257 (3)
CSS 260 (3)
Sample Applications 263 (68)
Meet the Sample Apps 263 (4)
Why Are You Asking for My Password? 265 (2)
Administration Tool 267 (10)
Take the App for a Spin 267 (1)
Check Under the Hood 268 (7)
Shifting Gears 275 (2)
Tweet Publisher 277 (5)
Take the App for a Spin 277 (1)
Check Under the Hood 278 (4)
Shifting Gears 282 (1)
Auto Tweet 282 (9)
Take the App for a Spin 283 (1)
Check Under the Hood 284 (6)
Shifting Gears 290 (1)
Tweet Broadcast 291 (9)
Take the App for a Spin 291 (2)
Check Under the Hood 293 (6)
Shifting Gears 299 (1)
Broadcast Feed 300 (5)
Take the App for a Spin 300 (1)
Check Under the Hood 300 (4)
Shifting Gears 304 (1)
Tweet Alert 305 (8)
Take the App for a Spin 305 (2)
Check Under the Hood 307 (5)
Shifting Gears 312 (1)
Network Viewer 313 (11)
Take the App for a Spin 313 (2)
Check Under the Hood 315 (8)
Shifting Gears 323 (1)
Best of Twitter API 324 (7)
Take the App for a Spin 325 (1)
Check Under the Hood 326 (3)
Shifting Gears 329 (2)
Automated Tasks 331 (30)
RSS to Tweet 332 (6)
Check Under the Hood 333 (5)
Aggregate Broadcast 338 (4)
Check Under the Hood 339 (3)
Scan Tweets 342 (7)
Check Under the Hood 343 (6)
Queue Users 349 (3)
Check Under the Hood 350 (2)
Collect Favorites 352 (9)
Check Under the Hood 353 (8)
Appendix: Twitter API Reference 361 (16)
Index 377