11 Twitter API Projects

binconsole profile image BinConsole ・1 min read

Here some ideas you can implement with the Twitter API πŸ˜„

  1. A list of the most frequently mentioned countries within one week.
  2. A ranking list, in which month on which day the most tweets take place.
  3. Show how often a Javascript framework is mentioned per month and create a chart.
  4. Create a ranking of tweets in which people swear about a programming language.
  5. Create a ranking with the most used country flags emoji πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ.
  6. Create a chart of how often dev.to articles have been shared since the beginning of the year.
  7. Create a ranking with the programming languages about which the most jokes are made. (Hashtags #Javascript and #joke).
  8. Show in which English-speaking country the weather is most discussed.
  9. Show how often a programming language is combined with a ❀ emoji.
  10. Show how often a programming language is combined with a 😑 emoji.
  11. Create a trend of blogging platforms most talked about.


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jessicagarson profile image
Jessica Garson

This is awesome! I recently wrote up some of my favorite student project using the Twitter API

valeriopisapia profile image

Hey it's really interesting ideas :). I will follow some of them :)

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Kinyanjui Wangonya

Really nice ideas! I'll definitely implement at least one of them by the end of the week πŸ˜ƒ

binconsole profile image
BinConsole Author

Nice! Post it on DEV when you're finished πŸ˜„

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Aldwin Delgado

Thank for sharing this! I would like to try some of them. 😁

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Michael Lustig - halfjew22@gmail.com

How did you do this sorcery with your selector at the top of the article?


mt3o profile image

Check the docs of dev.to for "searies" feature. It allows to specify that the post is part of the series.

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Michael Lustig - halfjew22@gmail.com

Awesome! Found it along with a nice explainer post.

If like me you were wondering how to create one, you need to add the series: [series name] to the front-matter par of your post

Ref: dev.to/p/editor_guide
Release: dev.to/ben/changelog-create-series...

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Davide Santangelo

create a tool that allows you to suggest which users don't follow anymore. With some ML features.