Making API Calls
This is the main API section, where the technical descriptions of objects, methods, and other features of LINQ to Twitter are covered.
This section lists the entities returned by LINQ to Twitter. The Twitter API returns JSON that LINQ to Twitter packages up into entities. These entities contain return properties.
LINQ to Twitter supports 100% of the Twitter API. This map will help you navigate LINQ to Twitter and the Twitter API.
The account API's allow you to manage your Twitter account
This section shows you how to block users that you don't want to see your status.
This section shows you how to send private messages between you and others
Twitter lets you manage favorites, which is supported here too.
This section explains how to work with friendships
You can obtain info on places associated with geographical information
This method is for testing Twitter connectivity.
Lists allow you to categorize Twitter accounts.
Lets a user turn off tweets from another account without unfollowing.
You can save searches and reuse them later.
You'll learn how LINQ to Twitter supports search and trends in this section.
You can report an account as spam with this API
The status queries match both Twitter timeline queries and working with statuses
You can get information on users, their friends, and their followers
Stream Twitter content
If something isn't quite right or available, you still have a work around.
Get information from Twitter's Vine service.