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Aperator: Making Tweets Enable Actionable Commands on Third Party Web Applications
USENIX Conference on Web Application Development
Twitter has become a persistent part of our digital lives, connecting us not only to our individual audiences but also to an entire landscape of applications built for the web. While much has been done to support the Twitter ecosystem outside of Twitter, little has been done within Twitter to power those same applications. This work introduces a service called Aperator, which supports application-specific actionable commands through tweets. This ability creates several interesting opportunitiesdblp:conf/webapps/ZakinSC12 fatcat:irgsug4r3rc5te3vv46s576yl4