I use Public API. I allow my users to tweet from my application and I would like to give them final look before publishing. Can I do it using only Public API or even without it? Will appreciate any comments.
(hope it’s ok to move to Websites section - maybe more relevant?)
Since you’re not creating the actual tweet, just showing a preview you can’t exactly use the Tweet embed functions - but you can emulate that - grab the CSS and html and modify it your self? You could show an example tweet you tweeted your self using https://dev.twitter.com/web/embedded-tweets and maybe replace the avatar and and name with “you” or something generic when displaying it (not sure if that’s against the rules though)
If you already have a user logged in and have their details, you could use their avatar and name in this “preview” - but again - i’m really not sure if that’s against display guidelines (showing “tweets” that don’t exist) - kinda like http://www.lemmetweetthatforyou.com
The tweet button may be an alternative, it doesn’t show a preview, but also doesn’t require much work: https://dev.twitter.com/web/tweet-button
Thank you for moving my question to more relevant section.
The user is adding comment to existing tweet.
User writes a comment in input field and after hitting ‘save’ the application adds a url of commented tweet. It creates new comment like tweet.
Best option for me would be something like template with option to add content and then let “//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” do the job by rendering the tweet.