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import BaseHTTPServer, SimpleHTTPServer
certfile = "./localhost.pem"
keyfile = "./localhost-key.pem"
self.sendheader("Cache-Control", "no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate")
httpd = BaseHTTPServer.HTTPServer(
httpd.socket = ssl.wrapsocket(
dead spast32 votes
Add a link or multiple links to the rate limit information from within the API reference.2 votes
This page should include a link to the API ToS1 vote
The Twitch Developer Services Agreement is located on the documentation landing page (https://dev.twitch.tv/docs) since it encompasses all of the Twitch developer products and services. However, you make a good point that perhaps this should be available on additional pages especially if you do not enter the site from the landing page, perhaps in the footer, which we will consider.
It would be nice to see JS client, Node Js, Python, Go, and Rust examples of these HTTP calls?
Reposting this because I saw another user post it but it was closed and I was unable to vote on it.1 vote
Link this page explicitly in the Guide section. There is no point hiding it in another subsection.1 vote
This is completely out of date, there's no mention of how to get an OAuth token at all.1 vote
OAuth information is here: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/authentication
There is no run button on glitch. How do I run this code?1 vote
there are so many small Streamers out there they are using twitch just for a small grp of ppl or there friends they are in teamspeak with just to show them a game, without Mic on , or CAM on , and for those would be nice not to send them everytime an Email hey your buddy is online thats annoying.Also there are some Streamers they did not want that all of there Friends get an Email about GO LIVE. so in this case add that Option pls1 vote
I'd like to see the expiration of webhooks called out more strongly as Twitch treats webhooks differently from every other API service that I've encountered (who don't expire webhooks).1 vote
c 901 vote
Token is not really required for listening topics like public points reward redeems.1 vote
We appreciate the feedback. While we want to make it easy to develop tools, we also want to make sure we are protecting users’ information and that they are aware of what information is being used. For this reason, we provide a variety of authentication scopes depending on the type of information an application would be listening for, which properly informers users during authentication.
For the latest PubSub scopes, you can always refer to the topics list here: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/pubsub#topics
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