Installing the Twitter API for Python

API (Application Programming Interface) and it allows developers to communicate with various web services. Since Python is, by default, installed on the Raspberry Pi, we will use a Python script to communicate with the Twitter API over the Web. For this, we will use an open source library called Tweepy. It works with Python versions as old as 2.6 and is still under active development. So bugs are likely to be fewer and, if any are found, they are likely to be fixed quickly.


The GitHub repository for Tweepy can be found at the following link, so that new issues can be submitted and the code can be understood much more clearly:

We will now proceed to install it and learn how ...

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