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ThemePrince
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I had some free time and created a recent tweets widget which uses the new API v1.1

http://wordpress.org/plugins/recent-tweets-widget/

Feel free to extract the code and use it in your themes. :)

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liviu_cerchez
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Alright, I’ll take a look at how it’s coded and see if it will fit my needs. Thank you for sharing your work!

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pezflash
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Thanks for sharing. Twitter has made a really bad move requiring own keys for a simple feed API, imo.

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BenSheppard
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couldn’t you just use JSON request?

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moutheme
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BIG Thank You!

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ZERGE
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Just started to implement and use it via TGM Plugin on our themes ;) Thx for sharing 8-)

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digitalimpact
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Anyone know of a good plugin for 1.1 API that provides a shortcode, instead of a widget?

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fuelthemes
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Hi ThemePrince,

Thanks alot. We will be using it in our themes.

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ThemeBeans
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Nice! We’ll be probably using this as well.

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dyspersion
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Nice job!

One note, though is that you should use the WordPress HTTP API instead of curl since curl may not be installed on some servers. The WP HTTP API is actually very nice because it figures out what transport to use. ;)

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