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Joe Mayo June 2013 Entries
LINQ to Twitter Maintenance Feedback
It’s always fun to receive positive feedback on your work. If you receive a sufficient amount of positive feedback, you know you’re doing something right. Sometimes, people provide negative feedback too. There are a couple ways to handle it: come back fighting or engage for clarification. The way you handle the negative feedback depends on what your goals are. Feedback Approaches If you know the feedback is incorrect and you need to promote your idea or product, you might want to come back fighting. ......

Posted On Sunday, June 16, 2013 2:43 PM

Goodbye Twitter API v1.0
Hello Twitter API v1.1! Actually, Twitter API v1.1 has been around since September 2012. That’s when Twitter deprecated v1.0. Yesterday, Twitter shut down v1.0. You can read more details of yesterday’s events in on the Twitter API blog at API v1 Retirement is Complete - Use API v1.1. Soon after Twitter API v1.1 was available, LINQ to Twitter upgraded to Twitter API v1.1 and changed its version from 2.0 to 2.1. You can download the latest version of LINQ to Twitter, which is v2.1.06 as I write this, ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 12, 2013 9:22 AM

Released LINQ to Twitter v2.1.06
Released LINQ to Twitter v2.1.06: Here are a few highlights of this release: Updated MVC sample (in source code) to MVC 4.0. Added support for Symbol Entities. Added StallWarning param to Streaming APIs. Caught up adding all missing parameters for all APIs (could be a few breaking changes with modified overloads – e.g. trimUser for UpdateStatus). Changed cache_age on StatusType.OEmbed response to integer to fix unannounced breaking change in Twitter API. Deprecated old/unused ......

Posted On Monday, June 10, 2013 9:27 AM

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