List/Grid Tag Archives: Twitter4j

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Turning Twitter4J into RxJava’s Observable

aTwitter4J is a Java wrapper around Twitter API. While Twitter supports simple request-response interactions in this article we will explore streaming APIs. In contrary to request-response ...
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Using twitter4j with Play! Framework and Secure Social is this easy

Dur­ing yesterday’s per­sonal Hackathon, I started a project which I might intro­duce here some­time. But the coolest rev­e­la­tion was (again) how easy it was to get up and ...
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Using Twitter4j with Scala to perform user actions

Introduction My previous post showed how to use Twitter4j in Scala to access Twitter streams. This post shows how to control a Twitter user’s actions using Twitter4j. The primary ...
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Using twitter4j with Scala to access streaming tweets

Introduction My previous post provided a walk-through for using the Twitter streaming API from the command line, but tweets can be more flexibly obtained and processed using an API ...
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Couchbase : Create a large dataset using Twitter and Java

An easy way to create large dataset when playing/demonstrating Couchbase -or any other NoSQL engine- is to inject Twitter feed into your database. For this small application I am using:Couchbase ...
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Twitter4j and Esper: Tracking user sentiments on Twitter

For new comers to Complex Event Processing  and Twitter API, I hope this serves as a short tutorial and helps them get off the ground quickly. Managing big data and mining useful ...
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Twitter API on your Java Application

Ever wonder of attaching your tweets to your Java Applications? I searching for the best API out there for this and lucky for me, I found it! http://twitter4j.org/A Simple How To: The ...
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Java Twitter client with Twitter4j

Got inspired by my friend, who built his own Twitter client for his company’s client. So, I tried to build one using Java. And I’m surprised at how easy is to make a Twitter ...
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