Twitter and Isadora
simon last edited by simon
I'd like to create a patch that triggers events in Isadora when Tweets are sent from specific Twitter accounts, is that possible?
dbini last edited by
have a play with https://ifttt.com/
Maxime last edited by Maxime
I did a project using twitter and Isadora last year, but it was also using some node.js and processing (then sending info to Isadora through OSC)
I highly recommend this tutorial if you want to have good insights about the Twitter API and how to play with it (and have some fun too :) )
(But if there's some way to do it directly in Isadora I guess that would be great :) )
Fred last edited by
There are a number of ways to do this..
Freds idea might be one of the easiest. Since it has pre built components for dealing with Oauth (the login format used by Twitter) and does require writting any code.
Other possible options
- if you have a webserver, you can write a server side script, and use the built in TCP-IP actors to poll your server side script.
- you could write a script (python, processing, PHP, or any other really) that runs along side Isadora, and checks (polls) twitter to get any new posts every so often [defined period of time].
Sending any result to Isadora via OSC. (much like Freds options)
- web tools like IFTTT or Zapier (there are many others) can connect to your social media sites, and prepare the content for you in a number of ways.. (you will need to get the data, again tcp-ip or scripting are your options)
PS: What Graham is getting at is that the method of connecting to and working with twitter data changed sometime back. The authentication became much more secure (Oauth) and many things that were open to the public were made restricted to authenticated users. (the format also change from xml to json). JSON is very easy to use in Isadora.