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NoHomoPhobes

DRE

Well-known member
#1
Not making this thread to talk about the subject, but to talk about the software running it. How are they doing this? It's pretty cool. Basically it shows people tweeting a certain phrase or word. I would love to make a xenforo page listing the tweeting of certain phrases related to my site.

http://www.nohomophobes.com/#!/today/
 

David_

Active member
#4
Not making this thread to talk about the subject, but to talk about the software running it. How are they doing this? It's pretty cool. Basically it shows people tweeting a certain phrase or word. I would love to make a xenforo page listing the tweeting of certain phrases related to my site.

http://www.nohomophobes.com/#!/today/
Contact the devs.

http://www.burnkit.com/#/1/

Twitter provides (used to any way) a good API system where you could pull tweets by keywords. I'd imagine this does that, and add some really nice styling to it and a little of Ajax in the mix.

This might be a good start here: https://dev.twitter.com/docs/api/1/get/search
 

Sage Knight

Well-known member
#11
'No Homo' is a East Harlem, New York slang popularized by the rapper Cam'Ron. That site was posted on a rap forum I visit.

Have you heard of 'U Mad?' He popularized that term too.

I'm aware of that but I meant how did you manage to find that site?

If it's legit, it's a pretty smart idea and concept. Can be used in loads of things.
 

AdamD

Well-known member
#16
Clever and impressive script
Sad and disturbing number of people using all the different slurs, however.
If ever there's a mandatory human culling, they should start with all the people featured on that site. :p
 

mjp

Well-known member
#17
That's not a terribly complicated site. On the back end. So to speak. No pun intended.

But it looks like they are using the streaming API, which is something you only get access to if Twitter deems your project worthy. The regular API is rate limited, which would prevent real-time updating like that.