TwitterKit 3.4.1

TwitterKit 3.4.1

License Commercial
ReleasedLast Release Oct 2018

Maintained by Twitter.


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Twitter Kit is the easiest way to bring real-time conversational content to your apps. Growing an app’s user base and retaining end users can be a challenge for any developer. To keep users engaged, you need rich, unique content that feels natural to your app’s experience.

To install, add TwitterKit to your Podfile and run pod install. If you already have TwitterKit just run pod update TwitterKit.

Show a Single Tweet

To show a single Tweet, you first need to load that Tweet from the network and then create and configure a TWTRTweetView with that TWTRTweet model object. Then it may be added to the view hierarchy:

    import TwitterKit

    TWTRAPIClient().loadTweetWithID("20") { tweet, error in
      if let t = tweet {
        let tweetView = TWTRTweetView(tweet: t)
        tweetView.center = view.center
        view.addSubview(tweetView)
      } else {
        print("Failed to load Tweet: \(error)")
      }
    }

Configuring Tweet View Colors & Themes

To change the colors of a Tweet view you can either set properties directly on the TWTRTweetView instances or on the UIAppearanceProxy of the TWTRTweetView.

  // Set the theme directly
  tweetView.theme = .Dark

  // Use custom colors
  tweetView.primaryTextColor = .yellowColor()
  tweetView.backgroundColor = .blueColor()

Set visual properties using the UIAppearanceProxy for TWTRTweetView.

  // Set all future tweet views to use dark theme using UIAppearanceProxy
  TWTRTweetView.appearance().theme = .Dark

Show a TableView of Tweets

import TwitterKit

class UserTimelineViewController: TWTRTimelineViewController {

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

        let client = TWTRAPIClient.clientWithCurrentUser()
        self.dataSource = TWTRUserTimelineDataSource(screenName: "twitterdev", APIClient: client)
        self.showTweetActions = true
    }

}

Compose Tweets

To allow users to composer their own Tweets from within your app, simply create a TWTRComposer and call show(from: UIViewController, completion:) on the instance. This class automatically handles presenting a log in controller if there are no logged in sessions.

let composer = TWTRComposer()

composer.setText("just setting up my Twitter Kit")
composer.setImage(UIImage(named: "twitterkit"))

// Called from a UIViewController
composer.show(from: self.navigationController!) { (result in
    if (result == .done) {
        print("Successfully composed Tweet")
    } else {
        print("Cancelled composing")
    }
}

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