Have you experienced the dreaded ‘Element AUTHURL is undefined in AUTHSTRUCT’ error when using monkehTweets to authorize an application against a user? You have? Step right in and see how to solve the issue.
A few days ago Adam Tuttle posted a question regarding the formatting of dates returned from the Twitter API. Putting it bluntly, Twitter has screwed around with the date / time string, making it rather difficult to parse using conventional methods. During some research, other languages are also suffering from issues trying to parse the […]
Last week I committed quite a substantial update to the monkehTweets library on Github (also available via riaforge.org). For those who don’t know, Twitter have been working to update their API in the first big update since it’s launch, and v1.1 is the result of their work. How Long Do I Have Left? For all […]
A note for all Twitter application developers, including everyone using monkehTweet… Twitter have made changes to the application permission model which has an impact on what services your application can manage on behalf of the user, with a particular focus of accessing their Direct Messages. When setting up a consumer application through Twitter, you were […]
One of the questions I get asked frequently in regards to the monkehTweet ColdFusion Twitter wrapper is the ability to manage multiple users and their access to Twitter. In this post, I’ve written a sample application to emulate a user-based system. Once a user has logged in, the application can access this user’s Twitter details […]