Announcements about the Twitter Platform, usually pertaining to specific technical changes and advisories such as minor feature deprecations, SSL certificate changes, and bug fixes.
This category is for announcements of events that the <a href="http://twitter.com/twitterdev">@TwitterDev</a> (Developer and Platform Relations) team are attending, and also news about the <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/community/meetups">#TapIntoTwitter Developer Community</a> meetups.
Publisher Tools & SDKs
Twitter's Publisher Platform provides tools and SDKs enabling you to use Twitter content and functionality in your websites and apps, and present your own content on Twitter through cards.
MoPub is the leading mobile ad server that supports all of the major campaign management, budgeting and targeting features you need to grow your business on iOS and Android.
The <strong>REST API</strong> allows you to create apps that take advantage of integration with Twitter features such as user profiles, tweets, timelines, and search. This is the place for developers to discuss and ask questions related to REST API features.
The <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/rest/media">Media APIs</a> include photo and video uploads via Twitter's REST endpoints. Issues that are specific to Media often cross both REST and Advertiser APIs. Use this category to discuss anything related to the media endpoints.
The Twitter Ads API gives developers a way to programmatically integrate Twitter advertising data in their product. This is the place for developers to ask questions related to the Advertiser API.
The <strong>Streaming APIs</strong> provide push deliveries of Tweets and other events, for real-time or low-latency applications.
Work with the latest mobile development tools using Fabric: crash reporting and beta distribution from Crashlytics, analytics from Answers, Digits, and Fastlane. Fabric was acquired by Google in January 2017. <a href="https://twittercommunity.com/t/heads-up-fabric-is-moving-to-stackoverflow/83750/">Discussions will be moving soon</a>.
Troubleshooting, insights, and discussion on OAuth, authentication, authorization, the permission model, and signing requests.
Provide feedback, suggest enhancements, or report issues specific to the Twitter Developers documentation website, <a href="https://dev.twitter.com">dev.twitter.com</a>.
Discuss anything and everything code-related, that is not covered by other categories. Meet new friends, collaborate on ideas, announce your newest project or library, and get to know other Twitter developers.
Rules and Policies
Questions and conversations about Twitter’s <a href="https://dev.twitter.com/overview/terms/agreement-and-policy">rules and policies for developers</a> using the platform and APIs.