How to integrate the new Twitter api (1.1) in php
On October 11th 2012, Twitter introduced some major changes in its API following its plans to clean things up deeply. As is explaining the twitterapi account they have for example shut down or limited access to some of their data and resources. So if you've noticed that some Twitter functionalities you are using on your site are not working any more, you may have to check a few things. In this article written on NOE interactive's blog, you'll learn what has concretely changed, and you'll be able to follow a few steps to get your Twitter feeds back.
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