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DevShed:
Enhancing Dynamic Twitter Signature Images with PHP
August 14, 2009 @ 08:27:17

In this second part of their "dynamic twitter signature" series DevShed expands on the previous part and adds in code to work with the GD libraries to make the image.

In my last article we began putting together a solution that will allow us to display dynamic Twitter signature images in forum posts and emails. In this article we'll continue where we left off by adding the functions that will harness the power of GD to create the actual image.

They review the previous code - a simple class that makes a request to the twitter servers for the latest statuses from the user - and adds on the fetching of the user's avatar and to push the text content into the generated image.

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