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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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The Twitter API

Before we look at launching the function we need to generate keys for our function to be able to authenticate against Twitter and then post to your account. To do this, you need the following:

  • A Twitter account
  • A mobile number registered with the account

If you have them then going to the Twitter application page at https://apps.twitter.com/ will present you with a form to fill in (Application Details)—I used the following information. However, a few of the fields need to be unique to you; these are marked with *:

  • Name*: MedialGlassesKubeless 
  • DescriptionTesting posting to Twitter using Kubeless
  • Website*https://media-glass.es/
  • Callback URL: Leave blank
  • Developer AgreementAgree to the agreement

Once you have filled ...

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