The Twitter Ruby Gem

📣 This gem is no longer maintained

The Twitter Ruby Gem is no longer maintained and will not support Twitter API v2.

🎉 Here’s the good news

We recommend switching to the X gem, which supports both v1.1 and v2 to make the transition easier. It’s a robust, modern libary that is designed to ensure you’ll be able to easily integrate any new changes Twitter/X may roll out.

💖 Sponsoring

The X gem is free to use, but with new API pricing tiers, it actually costs money to develop and maintain. By contributing to the project, you help us:

  1. 🛠 Maintain the library: Keeping it up-to-date and secure.
  2. 🌈 Add new features: Enhancements that make your life easier.
  3. 💬 Provide support: Faster responses to issues and feature requests.

⭐️ Bonus: Sponsors will get priority support and influence over the project roadmap. We will also list your name or your company’s logo on our GitHub page.

Building and maintaining an open-source project like this takes a considerable amount of time and effort. Your sponsorship can help sustain this project. Even a small monthly donation makes a huge difference!

Thanks for considering sponsorship. Together we can make the X gem even better!


You should follow @gem on Twitter for announcements and updates about this library.

Copyright (c) 2006-2024 Erik Berlin, John Nunemaker, Wynn Netherland, Steve Richert, Steve Agalloco. See LICENSE for details.