Twitter4J4.0.4 / 4.0.5 Snapshot

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You can easily use this Java library, along with specific Twitter APIs, in order to integrate your applications with the Twitter service





Twitter4J is a reliable Java library that you can use with specific Twitter APIs and integrate your applications with the Twitter service. The tool is cross-platform and can be used on several operating systems, with the latest versions of Java Runtime Environment.

The utility can be used as is, requires no additional files, libraries and features no dependencies to the system on which it runs.

It features built-in OAuth support and offers you the means to manage Gzip files. It is compatible with several versions of the Twitter APIs, starting with 1.1.

The usage of Twitter4J is simple, as all you need to do is copy the JAR file to the preferred classpath and continue the development.

The JavaDoc tool contains detailed explanations on how to get the process started or how to build certain components, plus it is designed to be used by those who are familiar with Java.

Twitter4J can help you integrate your application with the Twitter service and make it visible on the Twitter website. The tool is thread-safe and allows you to make concurrent method calls.

The utility can be used with proxy servers, for an anonymous Internet navigation session and supports debugging processes. You can easily debug your application via Twitter4J, by dumping the stream between your client and the Twitter API you call.

You can even integrate Twitter functions in your application, namely friend/follower management, searches, saved searches, timeline, tweets, trends and suggestions.

The Twitter4J package includes several function samples that you can implement with the Twitter APIs.

It features a detailed documentation and allows you to easily work with Json tools to parse JSON response from the Twitter API. Moreover, the specific instructions list can help you get the development started at any minute, with either of the tools.
Last updated on August 7th, 2015