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Integrate the Twitter API with the HTTP / Webhook API

Setup the Twitter API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the HTTP / Webhook API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate Twitter and HTTP / Webhook remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Add User To List with Twitter API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Twitter
 
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Advanced Search with Twitter API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Twitter
 
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Create Tweet with Twitter API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Twitter
 
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Delete Tweet with Twitter API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Twitter
 
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Follow User with Twitter API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Twitter
 
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New Requests from the HTTP / Webhook API

Get a URL and emit the full HTTP event on every request (including headers and query parameters). You can also configure the HTTP response code, body, and more.

 
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New Requests (Payload Only) from the HTTP / Webhook API

Get a URL and emit the HTTP body as an event on every request

 
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New event when the content of the URL changes. from the HTTP / Webhook API

Emit new event when the content of the URL changes.

 
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My Liked Tweets from the Twitter API

Emit new Tweets you like on Twitter

 
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My Tweets from the Twitter API

Emit new Tweets you post to Twitter

 
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Simple Search with the Twitter API

Return Tweets that matches your search criteria. See the docs here

 
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Advanced Search with the Twitter API

Return Tweets that matches your search criteria. See the docs here

 
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Add User To List with the Twitter API

Add a member to a list. The authenticated user must own the list to be able to add members to it. See the docs here

 
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Send any HTTP Request with the HTTP / Webhook API

Send an HTTP request using any method and URL. Optionally configure query string parameters, headers, and basic auth.

 
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Create Tweet with the Twitter API

Create a new tweet. See the docs here

 
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Connect Twitter

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import { axios } from "@pipedream/platform"
export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    twitter: {
      type: "app",
      app: "twitter",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    return await axios($, {
      url: `https://api.twitter.com/1.1/account/verify_credentials.json`,
    }, {
      token: {
        key: this.twitter.$auth.oauth_access_token,
        secret: this.twitter.$auth.oauth_refresh_token,
      },
      oauthSignerUri: this.twitter.$auth.oauth_signer_uri,
    })
  },
})

Connect HTTP / Webhook

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// To use any npm package on Pipedream, just import it
import axios from "axios"

export default defineComponent({
  async run({ steps, $ }) {
    const { data } = await axios({
      method: "GET",
      url: "https://pokeapi.co/api/v2/pokemon/charizard",
    })
    return data.species
  },
})
Using Event Sources and Workflows: Analyze Twitter Sentiment in Real-Time and Save to Google Sheets
Using Event Sources and Workflows: Analyze Twitter Sentiment in Real-Time and Save to Google Sheets
Learn how you can use Pipedream event sources and serverless workflows to listen for new Twitter mentions, analyze the sentiment of each Tweet using the npm sentiment package (https://www.npmjs.com/package/sentiment), and then save that data to Google Sheets in real-time.
Entering Data in Params Forms
Entering Data in Params Forms
Learn about the new model to enter expressions and reference previous step exports in params forms.
Managing the Concurrency and Execution Rate of Workflow Events
Managing the Concurrency and Execution Rate of Workflow Events
Managing the Concurrency and Execution Rate of Workflow Events.

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Building a Traffic-Based Workflow in Pipedream
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Building a Google Sheets Twitter Bot with Pipedream
Building a Google Sheets Twitter Bot with Pipedream
This is something that's been kicking around my head for a week or so and today I thought I'd try it. It ended up taking about 20 minutes total and 10 lines of code, of which 5 are a function I copied and pasted. While what I built is kind of trivial, I'm blown away by how much was done by built-in functions with Pipedream and how little work I had to do myself. In fact, most of my time was spent in setting stuff up outside of Pipedream itself. Alright, so what did I build?
Building a Twitter Bot in Pipedream
Building a Twitter Bot in Pipedream
I did this by parsing information from the GI Joe wikipedia site and implementing it on Pipedream's platform. I'm going to share how I built it, but be aware that roughly 95% of the work was involved in getting my random character. The aspects that pertain to Pipedream were incredibly simple - which is what you want in a platform.
Using State in Pipedream Workflows
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Building a Twitter Scheduling System with Pipedream and Google Sheets
Building a Twitter Scheduling System with Pipedream and Google Sheets
A few months ago, I blogged about how I used Pipedream and Google Sheets to create a Twitter bot. The idea was simple - read a sheet - select a random row - and use that as the source of a new Tweet. I was thinking about this recently and how useful Google Sheets can be as a "light weight CMS" and figured out another interesting use case - Twitter scheduling.
A demo of using the Twitter API, via Pipedream, to render the images from a Twitter account.