RADTweet – Twitter desktop client build with Delphi

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Finally after few weeks the RADTweet source code is available to download. RADTweet is a desktop client for twitter build in Delphi. The idea behind this project is to show how to use Twitter API and how you can interact the Delphi features with Twitter. This is an Open Source project under MIT License.

There are many other features to add using the Twitter API, anybody can contribute to improve the RADTweer, is Open Source.

The application is one sinble EXE file, at the first start up it 3 files will be created, those binaries files are use to cache messages and configuration, and can be read from ClientDataSet.

The application has some features, like:

  • List of messages
  • List of Mentions
  • List of followers
  • Set message as favorite
  • Also, show how many friends, followers and following people
  • And many other features

Also, XML format is use to read the Twitter API response and when necessary save the information in ClientDataSet as a cache mechanism, download the source code or the binary and have fun.

If you would like to contribute with this project you are very welcome, as much you contribute you will be came officially part of the project.

The RADTweet source code is available in SorceForge, also the version 1.0


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  1. […] His RADTweet project – a Delphi-based Twitter client – is online.  He has wisely put it on SourceForge for easy access, downloading, and updating.  […]

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