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Django implementation for Twitter API

Project Description
# Django Twitter API

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Application for interacting with Twitter API objects using Django model interface

## Installation

pip install django-twitter-api

Add into `settings.py` lines:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
...
'oauth_tokens',
'm2m_history',
'taggit',
'twitter_api',
)

# oauth-tokens settings
OAUTH_TOKENS_HISTORY = True # to keep in DB expired access tokens
OAUTH_TOKENS_TWITTER_CLIENT_ID = '' # application ID
OAUTH_TOKENS_TWITTER_CLIENT_SECRET = '' # application secret key
OAUTH_TOKENS_TWITTER_USERNAME = '' # user login
OAUTH_TOKENS_TWITTER_PASSWORD = '' # user password

## Usage examples

### Simple API request

>>> from twitter_api.utils import api
>>> response = api('get_status', 327926550815207424)
>>> response.text
'@mrshoranweyhey Thanks for the love! How about a follow for a follow? :) ^LF'
>>> response.source_url
'http://www.exacttarget.com/social'
>>> response = api('get_user', 'BarackObama')
>>> response.id, response.name
(813286, 'Barack Obama')

### Fetch status by ID

>>> from twitter_api.models import Status
>>> status = Status.remote.fetch(327926550815207424)
>>> status
<Status: Coca-Cola: @mrshoranweyhey Thanks for the love! How about a follow for a follow? :) ^LF>
>>> status.in_reply_to_status
<Status: FOOODDD: @CocaCola I LOVE U SO MUCH PLEASE FOLLOW ME IT WOULD BE MY DREAM>

### Fetch user by ID and user name

>>> from twitter_api.models import User
>>> User.remote.fetch(813286)
<User: Barack Obama>
>>> User.remote.fetch('BarackObama')
<User: Barack Obama>

### Fetch statuses of user

>>> from models import User
>>> user = User.remote.fetch(813286)
>>> user.fetch_statuses(count=30)
[<Status: Barack Obama: RT @obamacare: Want to know something awesome? http://t.co/bDLs2MJbid>,
<Status: Barack Obama: RT @WhiteHouse: Thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act, health care costs are growing at the slowest rate in more than 50 years → http:/…>,
<Status: Barack Obama: There's a new deadline to #GetCovered. Enroll before January 15th and be covered starting February 1st: http://t.co/dVPtUdoZCI>,
...]

### Fetch followers of user

>>> from twitter_api.models import User
>>> user = User.remote.fetch(813286)
>>> user.fetch_followers(all=True)
[<User: Raymonde Haris>, <User: Dark king>, <User: Byby_Cuachaa>, '...(remaining elements truncated)...']

### Fetch retweets of status

>>> from twitter_api.models import Status
>>> status = Status.remote.fetch(329231054282055680)
>>> status.fetch_retweets()
[<Status: Alexandr: RT @Tele2Russia: Друзья, мы представляем вам новую услугу «Везде ноль» http://t.co/lDT1wmnhUU>,
<Status: Andrew Boriskin: RT @Tele2Russia: Друзья, мы представляем вам новую услугу «Везде ноль» http://t.co/lDT1wmnhUU>,
<Status: Денис Цуканов: RT @Tele2Russia: Друзья, мы представляем вам новую услугу «Везде ноль» http://t.co/lDT1wmnhUU>,
...]

### Fetch replies of status

>>> from twitter_api.models import Status
>>> status = Status.remote.fetch(536859483851735040)
>>> status.fetch_replies()
[<Status: Cho: @interfax_news Правильно! Жги, Серёга!!!!>,
<Status: Татьяна Анисимова: @interfax_news пир во время чумы,стыдно господа!>,
<Status: Григорьев Михаил: @interfax_news eobot.com/user/84048>,
...]
>>> status.replies_count
6
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