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Dear Java Programmers,

I'm searching for api that could collect twitter post. Is there sample examples for collecting twits online.

Thanks in advance
 
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Probably best to start with Twitter's developers site:

    Twitter Platform
    API Overview
 
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The standard Java library for RSS access is ROME.
 
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Thanks for the comments. Where can i download the rome library to add it in my JAVA_HOME\lib path...
 
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I used java rome library as my web keyword search and the first link that was returned was ROME - home. That was what you were looking for, right? There's a lot of information at that site.

Edit: But I see that Tim already told you about that link.
 
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