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By Sam Deering

Example Twitter JSON File

By Sam Deering

This is an example of a Twitter JSON file which you might see if you get a JSON format from Twitter API. It might also be used to contain Twitter status or Twitter user information which can be easily shared across components using the simple JSON format.

Also: See more JSON examples.

{"results":[

     {"text":"@twitterapi  http://tinyurl.com/ctrefg",

     "to_user_id":396524,

     "to_user":"TwitterAPI",

     "from_user":"jkoum",

     "metadata":

     {

      "result_type":"popular",

      "recent_retweets": 109

 

     },

     "id":1478555574,   

     "from_user_id":1833773,

     "iso_language_code":"nl",

     "source":"twitter",

     "profile_image_url":"http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitter_production/profile_images/118412707/2522215727_a5f07da155_b_normal.jpg",

     "created_at":"Wed, 08 Apr 2009 19:22:10 +0000"},

     ... truncated ...],

     "since_id":0,

     "max_id":1480307926,

     "refresh_url":"?since_id=1480307926&q=%40twitterapi",

     "results_per_page":15,

     "next_page":"?page=2&max_id=1480307926&q=%40twitterapi",

     "completed_in":0.031704,

     "page":1,

     "query":"%40twitterapi"}

}

  • Rodrigo Zuluaga

    I’ve never been good at java how do I implement this code in a div to show me twitter information…. thanks..

    • Nuno Bojar

      lol

    • Henkla

      Exactly! Show us. I have never been good at java myself.

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