Now how on earth did I miss this puppy? Well that's twice this week I've missed out on knowing something about Google (This and also my quick US Weather Alert system for tornado watches and tornado warnings - will post about this at a later date though)
Now when I'm fiddling around and programming for my Android phone, I usually use Eclipse as my IDE and use it with the Android SDK (API Level 8 and API Level 15 for Android 2.2 and Android 4.0.3 respectively), however upon searching around the internet for some tutorials... [read more]
Hopefully, you're all running on Twitter's API v1.1 now, as explained in the previous post.
Ok, right. So now to start things off, you will need to head over to the Developers section of Twitter and at the top click the "Sign In" option. Enter your login details as they are for Twitter normally, then you will need to authorise Twitter's Development page to allow you to continue, then once you've authorised it, you will be able to create your first application.
Once everything is authorised, you will be sent back to... [read more]
The final stages of the transition from v1 to v1.1 of Twitter's API went fully complete 11th June 2013, however there's still a fair few people using v1 of the Twitter API and moaning that it's not working. Well obviously it's not going to work now as it's been totally switched off.
However updating to use v1.1 of the API is very simple.
Now before I start rambling on about how you can do things, I would like to point out that I am using Abraham Williams' Twitter OAuth class for this post (as it's the first and main one I've came... [read more]
Automated spam is wild now-a-days on the internet and if you run your own website, you'll know that there's many methods you can use when you encouter spam to deter it. However, one easy way I've found, which is VERY simple and easy to do is by creating a simple checkbox that if left unticked will tell your script that the person is not human and will not continue sending their message.
On your form
<input type="checkbox" name="notbot"> Tick this box to confirm you're not a bot.
On your script
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To begin with we need to make a menu, which I've just done a quick temporary 5 items in mine using the HTML lists tags.
<menutitle>Main</menutitle> <ul id="menu"> <li><a href="#">Item 1</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 2</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 3</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 4</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 5</a></li> </ul>
Then in the header of your page, you will need to call your jQuery file.
Now the document is ready for your jQuery code, we need to... [read more]
It seems that the service you've made is still being restricted. Well done on what you're doing so far though. :)...
Dale Hay (9th April 06:20)
I have finished developing Twitter Gallery version 3.
You can view and download photos up to 4000 timelines (usually more than 1000 photos)
Alif (8th April 16:58)
This is what I found when putting in one of the above links and being brought to some weird thing then going back. I am still not sure if I should click yes or no because now I am paranoid of what my...
Mandy (1st April 17:38)
Thank you so much sir. I was unable to extract any zip in my D: drive because of this stupid administrator.
sirsanss (1st April 08:08)
I tried to search some research papers on google scholar, I found nothing, with the(Crispin-Buxley phenomenon), but when I try individually I found many articles and researches with the last name Cris...
Suleman (26th March 17:46)