Features like Channel Points are restricted for Affiliate accounts only.
The fact that not all developers are streamers themselves too, makes it harder to test features like PubSub on the channelpoints topic. It makes them dependent on other affiliate streamers to test their codebase.
It would be nice if it was possible to have alternative ways to access those. either in a developer sandbox mode for testing, or by a waiver of the regular affiliate requirements for developers.31 votes
Testing Affiliate/Partner events is now possible with the Twitch CLI. See comments for more details.
The creator dashboard available to broadcasters has a section with Streaming Tools that helps them identify what third-party tools can support them to achieve a high-quality stream.
The same experience should be available on the dev site so new developers can find which third-party tools they can leverage to build a top-notch Twitch integration.9 votes
This feature is now available at dev.twitch.tv/code. See this page for a list of developer tools and the process to submit third party developer projects.
Allow developers to sign up for a specific time slot where they can rely on an extension reviewer to review the extension.3 votes
Typo at the top of the page, the second bullet point writes "cna" instead of "can"1 vote
Your entire dev site has no sidebar on mobile so you can’t get to most subpages without digging. Can these be added to a hamburger menu at small resolutions please?1 vote
Rotating dropdown arrow has been added to the “contents” button to show the sidebar on mobile.
https://dev.twitch.tv/support has no links to the dev Issues repository for bugs, or the uservoice for Feature Requests1 vote
UserVoice and GitHub Issues has been added. Thumbnail for docs also updated.
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