Ruby interface to update status(text, image, video) on social networking sites(Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin).


Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'socialshare'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install socialshare


1) for twitter

                        :consumer_secret => TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET,
                        :user_token => twitter_user_token, 
                        :user_secret => twitter_user_secret)                              #to tweet on twitter

s.get_twitter_profile                     #to get your twitter profile

s.user_timeline                           #to get your twitter timeline  

s.get_twitter_home_timeline               #to get home twitter timeline  

s.update_profile_photo(YOUR_IMAGE_PATH)   #update your twitter profile image      

s.update_profile_background_photo(YOUR_IMAGE_PATH)         #update your twitter profile background image

s.get_twitter_followers                   #to get your twitter followers

s.fetch_tweet_by_id(tweet_id)             #fetch any tweet using tweet id

s.fetch_twitter_friends(:name => "abc")   #fetch twitter friend by name

s.fetch_twitter_friends(:id => "abc")     #fetch twitter friend by id

s.fetch_twitter_friends                   # get all friends

2) for facebook

s = => facebook_user_token)                              #to post on facebook

s.get_facebook_profile                    #to get your facebook profile  

s.get_facebook_connections                #to get your facebook connections

s.share_picture(FILE_PATH)                #to share image on facebook  

s.share_video(FILE_PATH)                  #to share video on facebook  

3) for Linkedin

                             :secret_key => LINKEDIN_SECRET_KEY,
                             :user_token => twitter_user_token, 
                             :user_secret => twitter_user_secret)                              #to post on linkedin

s.get_linkedin_profile                    #to get your linkedin profile  


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request