Super easy to setup!
I found a bug "Fatal error: Cannot use object of type stdClass as array" It triggers whenever the cache expires.
This may be due to the fact that I am calling StormTwitter.class.php directly and bypassing all the other bits of the plugin, so it may be due to my misuse of the plugin. However I don't know for sure that it's not a legit bug and I'm not going to investigate further.
To reproduce the bug, on a non-live site, set your cache expiry to a few seconds and then refresh the page where your script is called.
I've posted a solution in the support section.
For a developer, this is the best twitter plugin out there. Nice and simple. Very flexible. The correct solution.
It works as a developer would expect and it caches the tweets. Thank you!
Does its job! Works well! Thanks.
Needed something with raw access everything else seemed to want to decide what my UI was doing, thanks!
PS in the settings "Twitter Application API Key" and "Twitter Application API Secret" is synonymous with "Consumer key" and "Consumer secret"
Excellent plugin with great documentation. Saved me lots of work...thanks!
Saved me alot of headaches!
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class OAuthException in /home/sites/blablabla.com/public_html/wpress/wp-content/plugins/oauth-twitter-feed-for-developers/oauth/OAuth.php on line 8
It is not as flexible as the name suggests. Now it can only fetch one or more list(s) of tweets from one user. I would like it to be more flexible, so at least it would be possible to extend the class to be able to use other API calls as well (for instance fetch a list).
Will increase rating when/if plugin evolves.
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