I would like to have a custom twitter feed on my website which simply displays my own tweets, along with buttons for following, retweeting, replying etc. (which will be implemented using web intents)… therefore users will not need to log into this “application”. I created something similar a few years ago using v1.0…
To do so, I want to access the raw tweet data in json format from a php script so that I can display that data exactly how I want, such that it fits in with the look-and-feel of my website. Is there any way I can get this without registering this application (though I don’t know whether I would give it the honour of being called an application, really) for authentication for use with the REST API v1.1?
It’s not that I am reluctant to do so, it’s just that if this is an unnecessary step then it’s best I avoid it. I have looked around and searched a lot, but I can’t find anything which specifically relates to my situation.
Also, if I do have to register this application, would something like this still remain bound by the Twitter Display Requirements?