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Support for Twitter Streaming APIPage Title Module
There's a good start on the Twitter streaming API work in the latest snapshot builds. I do not currently have an example of its use outside of tests, but I should bake one up. I'll try to get an example out there soon. In the meanwhile, here's some code that I've been using to observationally test it:
It's non-ideal as an example, but it should give you an idea of how to use the API binding.
I've had the streaming code in GitHub and snapshot builds for over a month while I fine-tune it. So far, nobody has given me any feedback on it. If you try it out, *PLEASE* let me know what you think. It's always better to get feedback from the community while it's still in snapshot or milestone releases than to get it later when it's in a GA release.
Correct me if I'm wrong and I very well may be, but I don't believe the Streaming API binding is in any of the versions of Spring Social Twitter, including the latest snapshot build (1.1.0.BUILD-20130530.081517-388).
Assuming I was doing something wrong, I went ahead and manually checked the source as well as the docs in hopes of finding it.
If I'm missing something, I apologize and thanks in advance for pointing me in the right direction. If not, I'd appreciate it if you could include it in the next snapshot as it is pivotal to my next leg of development, and I'd rather not implement twitter4j only to remove it when Spring has a better binding.
Ah...my mistake. I had assumed that I had pushed it to GitHub, but I hadn't. I've been working on it in a separate branch on my local machine and never merged it and pushed it to GitHub. I'll see about doing that sometime today and let you know.