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A desktop client for Twitter.
The goal is to write a desktop client that includes all functionalities the Twitter API v1.1 offers.
Furthermore it should look as pretty as it's possible using Java Swing. ;)
How to login with your Twitter account
You have to generate your own OAuth tokens on https://dev.twitter.com.
- log in
- click on My applications in the drop down menu under your icon
- click on Create New App complete the form
- After that click on your new created application
- at tab Permissions choose Read, Write and Access direct messages and confirm
- at tab API Keys click on generate my access token
Now you can start your client and insert the four strings into the Login dialog.
- Library: Twitter4J v4.0.2
- Database: SQLite (driver: sqlite-jdbc-3.7.2.jar)