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Dave Marshall's Blog:
Zend Framework and the Twitter API
October 21, 2008 @ 09:33:42

Dave Marshall has a (very) quick post on tying together your Zend Framework application with the Twitter API.

Zend_Service_Twitter looks like it will be fairly comprehensive, but it's not in the core yet and is probably a little overkill for my simple use case. I then had a look at Zend_Rest_Client, which seemed to confuse me. I couldn't actually get it to add the parameters I wanted to the call, I guess it's better for interacting with Zend_Rest_Server or fully restful APIs.

He opts for the Zend_Http_Client component and includes the simple fifteen line script to make the connection and post a new update.

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