This post is the first in a series about my experiments with the Twitter API.
A pretty frustrating day but one that reminds me that I really love programming.
Today I barely did anything on my personal projects as I was at codebar, 24 pull requests, your first pr and ladies who code event to help people submit their first pull requests. Personally I worked on Twitter Windchimes for a bit, deleting the chrome extension stuff and setting up the streaming for the app, though I’m unsure how I’ll test this without getting banned by Twitter for a while for making too many requests, but we’ll see.
Flip flop on the way I’m going to implement this, as it seems CORS prevents any way of interacting with the Twitter API in the browser side. I was fairly sure this was true already given my hacky way of getting the github contribution graph to show up on my project page.