Wednesday, 7th March 2012
A Common feature that was asked by clients is to display their Twitter and Facebook posts in a nice UI inside their iOS App.
You could do this using ObjC in the app OR use a server side component to aggregate them first and sort them by time in descending order. Latest on top.
I think doing it in ObjC is a lot of work. You can use MGTwitterEngine and Facebook Connect APIs to get the feed, place them in a Feed Object and sort them.
So I choose the simpler way through a ruby script that is run from a cronjob to aggregate them as JSON which will be consumed by the app
Here is the code:
We can cache the result and the iOS app will not take a long time to fetch the data. Great
Test all assumptions, logs does not lie
Tuesday, 6th March 2012
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