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In August, Twitter acquired the small A/B testing service and development framework Clutch.io and announced that it would shut the service down on November 1st. Clutch, which Twitter describes as “an easy-to-integrate library for native iOS applications designed to help you develop faster, deploy instantly and run A/B tests,” will live on, however.
For people who are really tweet-o-holics, constant access to Twitter (or Identi.ca, an open source clone of Twitter) is as much a necessity as food and water. At varying levels, this may also be true for those who are fans of Twitter but not necessarily tweet-o-holics.One possible choice is to have Twitter up and running in the browser most of the time.
As you may know Gwibber is an Open Source microblogging client for GNOME written in Python and GTK. It brings the most popular social networking web services such as Facebook, Twitter, Flicker, Qaiku...
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Here on OStatic, we've frequently debated whether fragmentation is good for open source projects, or not so good. We've published posts arguing that centralized management of open source projects and documentation could have big benefits for users, and we've run many posts on successful forks of open source projects.
My company released a mobile app a few years ago and in the app there is a twitter feed. Since Twitter updated their api to 1.1 the twitter feed page no longer works. We used phneGap for the build so its mostly html pages styled with jquery themes.