If you couldn’t make ZendCon this year, click on in and let’s wrap-up what happened on the last day by examining the tweets.
If you aren’t at ZendCon, you can still keep up with most of what is going on. Click on in, I’ve picked out the best tweets from Day 1 to give you a flavor of the conference.
Take a trip down memory lane as you think back to ZendCon’s past. Click on in, we’ve got memories, a chance at swag, and a really bad video.
Joey Rivera posted a tutorial on his blog recently discussing how to authenticate with the Twitter API using Zend_Oauth. Click on in for all the details, facts and probably an opinion or two.
Zend_Paginator does a great job of creating pagination for a site. In this blog post I’m demonstrating how to use Zend_Paginator to easily create pagination of Twitter tweets using Zend_Rest_Client to access the Twitter Services. As a bonus, Zend_Cache is used to store the tweets to make the process more efficient.
The PEAR Services_Twitter package provides a full-featured interface for interacting with the Twitter API through a PHP application. This article looks at the various methods supported by this package, and illustrates how they can be used to integrate Twitter data into a Web application with PHP.
** UPDATED: 3/11/2009 **
The PHP community has an active twitter presence. If you use twitter, come and join us. Here I’ve listed all of the community member’s accounts that I have and that have given me permission to publish.