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Twitter API

Twitter is the social network that shows what's happening around the world in real time. Share your ideas in Tweets, follow hashtags to keep up with trends, and join in the global conversation.

View Twitter API docs

Use the Twitter Connector

Add the twitter connector on your Zenaton dashboard,
enter the credentials and authorize Zenaton to call the twitter API from your workflows.
Then add code snippet and URL path to your workflow.

View documentation
const { workflow } = require("zenaton");

module.exports = workflow("MyWorkflow", function* () {
const twitter = this.connector(
'twitter', 'your-connector-id-from-zenaton-dashboard');

const response = yield twitter.get('path_to_API');
yield twitter.post('path_to_API', {param1: '...'});
});

The Zenaton Engine

We handle the complexity of orchestrating Twitter API calls and related logic in your code.

Out of the Box API Call

Add the connector to your Zenaton workflow and we manage the authentication, oauth1 and oauth2 flow including token refreshing.

Automatic Retries & Alerting

If your Twitter API call fails, it can automatically be retried and you will receive an alert with error details.

Monitoring and Troubleshooting

View the Zenaton dashboard for execution history, scheduled tasks, errors and logs or retry failed Twitter API calls.

Integrate Twitter into your application logic

The Zenaton connector is a pre-configured task for calling the Twitter API inside your workflow with one line of code. Build custom integration logic by adding a workflow directly into your application using the functions in the Zenaton SDK.

// The Zenaton engine orchestrates twitter API calls and related logic via the Zenaton agent. Every step is executed at the right moment on your servers and monitored on Zenaton dashboard.
const { workflow } = require("zenaton");
// twitter authentification on Zenaton
module.exports = workflow("ParallelWorkflow", function* () {
  const twitter = this.connector(
    'twitter',
    'your-connector-id-from-zenaton-dashboard'
  );
// execute parallel tasks handled automatically by the Zenaton engine 
  const [a, b] = yield this.run.task(["TaskA"],["TaskB"]);
  if (a > b) {
    const response = yield twitter.get('path_to_API');
  } else {
    yield this.run.task('TaskD');
  }
});

const { workflow } = require("zenaton");
// twitter authentification on Zenaton
module.exports = workflow("AsynchronousWorkflow", function* () {
  const twitter = this.connector(
    'twitter',
    'your-connector-id-from-zenaton-dashboard'
  );
  this.run.task('TaskA');
  this.twitter.post('path_to_API');
  yield run.task('TaskB');
  yield this.run.task('TaskD');
});
// Tasks can be automatically (or manually) retried and executions are displayed in real-time on the Zenaton dashboard.
const { workflow, duration } = require("zenaton");

// twitter authentification on Zenaton
module.exports = workflow("WaitWorkflow", function* () {
  const twitter = this.connector(
    'twitter',
    'your-connector-id-from-zenaton-dashboard'
  );

  yield this.run.task('TaskA');

// The 'wait function is managed by the Zenaton engine and will be executed on your worker at the right time.
  yield this.wait.for(duration.days(7));

  yield twitter.get('path_to_API');
});
const { workflow, duration } = require("zenaton");
module.exports = workflow("WaitEventWorkflow", function*() {
  const twitter = this.connector(
    'twitter',
    'your-connector-id-from-zenaton-dashboard'
  );
    // Wait for up to 24 hours for the event using the Zenaton Wait Function.
    const event = yield this.wait.event("MyEvent").for(duration.hours(24));
    if (event) {
      // If event has been triggered within 24 hours
      yield this.run.task('TaskA');
    } else {
      // else calls twitter API
      yield twitter.get('path_to_API');
    }
  },
  id() {
    return this.id;
  }
});