Primarily the focus on this tutorial is to display your cached tweets for 2 users using PHP and OAuth on your website. We will be accessing the secure Twitter 1.1 API with PHP by parsing both json files and merging them into a single file to cache and store on your server. This is a follow up from Display Your Cached Tweets Using PHP and OAuth which is recommended for a single twitter user.
Primarily the focus on this tutorial is to display your cached tweets using PHP and OAuth on your website. We will be accessing the secure Twitter 1.1 API with PHP by parsing and caching the Json file to store on your server. It may seem a lot of code just to display your latest tweets on your website but the benefits are that you can style it to your own taste with a little CSS and caching the Json file will not add extra load on the Twitter API. For WordPress users you should use WordPress – Display your Cached Tweets using PHP and OAuth or my new plugin.
The following tutorial will display your latest posts in a news ticker format. The code is basically the same as my popular post Display Your Latest Posts on a Static Page except that the output is in a unordered list for the jQuery news ticker to work. This tutorial is meant for non WordPress websites to access their WordPress powered blog although it can be easily adapted to work in WordPress pages and posts.
I have been searching for an Event Lister for a while now. I just wanted something simple and free. All I could find were gig organisers for bands or commercial scripts. That was up until I came across a Basic PHP Events Lister from Mevin.com