TweeVo

Posted February 19, 2010 10:41 PM Categories: .NET | Coding4Fun | TiVo | TweeVo | Twitter | WPF

10/28/13: TweeVo 1.4 Released!

This should fix up things with the latest Twitter API changes…again...

11/19/12: TweeVo 1.3 Released!

This should fix up things with the latest Twitter API changes…

12/8/10: TweeVo 1.2 Released!

TweeVo 1.2 has been released which now works with some modifications Twitter made to OAuth around 11/30. A huge thanks to Chris Miller and for doing the heavy lifting on this one and implementing the fix.  The binary and source code are updated and can be found at the links below.  Let me know if you run into any trouble with this new version.

10/14/10: TweeVo 1.1 Released!

TweeVo 1.1 has been released which now works with Twitter’s mandatory OAuth authentication scheme.  A huge thanks to Chris Miller, Conrad, and Mark Zaugg for testing the changes. The binary and source code are updated and can be found at the links below.  Let me know if you run into any trouble with this new version.

TweeVo, my latest article and application, is now up at Coding4Fun.  If you own a TiVo and have a Twitter account, this is for you.  TweeVo is a simple background application that polls selected TiVo boxes in your home and tweets what they are recording to a specified Twitter account. The tweet includes a link to www.zap2it.com, which gives viewers of your Twitter stream more information on the show, and allows them to set up a recording to their own TiVo.

Links

  • Article at Coding4Fun – Learn how TweeVo was made
  • Download (source & binary)
  • PeekVo – Follow my TiVo on Twitter and see what I’m recording!
  • TweeVoUsers – Follow my TweeVo users list and see what a variety of TweeVo users are recording.  If you’re using TweeVo and want to be added, let me know!
  • Need Help?  Post a message in the support forum!

You will need .NET 3.5 SP1 installed, but the installer should handle that for you if it isn’t found.  As always, any feedback is welcome.

A very special thanks to Bill Pytlovany, Chris Miller and Mark Zaugg for testing out TweeVo during its (far longer than normal) development cycle, and Joey Buczek for creating the icon.

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