As you may recall from @episod’s API Housekeeping blogpost in March, we noted that it was time to clean up a number of legacy remnants that caused developer confusion and operational inefficiencies. We’re moving forward on that now and will be making the following changes on 9/25:
- All non-versioned API endpoints will go away. Though you may occasionally find these endpoints responding as we ramp down, expect them to be gone in two weeks. This list includes:
- All API endpoints on www.twitter.com and twitter.com.
- Endpoints on api.twitter.com without /1, /1.1 or /oauth in the fully qualified URL.
- We’ll be removing support for the public timeline: api.twitter.com/1/statuses/public_timeline.
Lastly, we will not default “include_*” parameters to on as initially announced, since this behavior has been implemented in API v1.1.
Please ensure that you’ve removed any deprecated functionality by 9/25 in order to for your application to continue working smoothly.
Please see original the post at dev.twitter.com.
Since current Twitter’s API has been deprecated you may experience an issues with Twitter plugins, widgets used in our templates.
To fix the issue, you need to update the old call to the http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline.json file with new one https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.json in jquery.twitter.js file.