Net::Twitter::API - Moose sugar for defining Twitter API methods
package My::Twitter::API; use Moose::Role; use Net::Twitter::API; use namespace::autoclean; has apiurl => ( isa => 'Str', is => 'rw', default => 'http://twitter.com' ); base_url 'apiurl'; twitter_api_method friends_timeline => ( description => <<'', Returns the 20 most recent statuses posted by the authenticating user and that user's friends. This is the equivalent of /home on the Web. aliases => [qw/following_timeline/], path => 'statuses/friends_timeline', method => 'GET', params => [qw/since_id max_id count page/], required => , returns => 'ArrayRef[Status]', ); 1;
This module provides some Moose sugar for defining Twitter API methods. It is part of the Net-Twitter distribution on CPAN and is used by
Net::Twitter::API::Search, and perhaps others.
It's intent is to make maintaining
Net::Twitter as easy as possible.
Specifies, by name, the attribute which contains the base URL for the defined API.
Defines a Twitter API method. Valid arguments are:
Specifies whether, by default, API methods calls should authenticate.
Specifies the Date::Time::Format derived parser to use for parsing and formatting date strings for the API being defined.
A string describing the method, suitable for documentation.
An ARRAY ref of strings containing alternate names for the method.
A string containing the path part of the API URL
A string containing an additional suffix to append to the path (for legacy reasons). If you want to suffix appended, pass the empty string. Defaults to ".json".
A string containing the HTTP method for the call. Defaults to "GET".
A boolean, indicating whether or not the
source parameter should be added to the API call. (The source value is assigned by Twitter for registered applications.) Defaults to 0.
An ARRAY ref of strings naming all of the valid parameters. Defaults to an empty ARRAY ref.
An ARRAY ref of strings naming all of the required parameters. Defaults to an empty ARRAY ref.
A string describing the return type of the API method call.
A boolean indicating whether or not this API is deprecated. If set to 1, code for the method will be created. This option is optional, and is used by the
Net-Twitter distribution when generating documentation. It defaults to 0.
Marc Mims <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2016 Marc Mims
The Twitter API itself, and the description text used in this module is:
Copyright (c) 2009 Twitter
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