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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Twitter streams

As we installed the Twitter connector in the previous section, let's take a look at configuring it to pull in some data. To start with, you can view all of the configurable options for the connector by running the following command:

$ funktion edit connector twitter -l

You should see something like the following Terminal output:

 

As you can see, you can configure a proxy as well as providing an accessToken, accessTokenSecret, consumerKey, and consumerSecret. You should have these from the previous chapter. If not then regenerate them using the instructions in Chapter 4, Introducing Kubeless Functioning.

Like the tokens and ...

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