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1/*
2  SendATweet
3
4  Demonstrates sending a tweet via a Twitter account using Temboo from an Arduino Yún.
5
6  Check out the latest Arduino & Temboo examples and support docs at http://www.temboo.com/arduino
7
8  A Temboo account and application key are necessary to run all Temboo examples.
9  If you don't already have one, you can register for a free Temboo account at
10  http://www.temboo.com
11
12  In order to run this sketch, you'll need to register an application using
13  the Twitter dev console at https://dev.twitter.com. Note that since this
14  sketch creates a new tweet, your application will need to be configured with
15  read+write permissions. After creating the app, you'll find OAuth credentials
16  for that application under the "OAuth Tool" tab. Substitute these values for
17  the placeholders below.
18
19  This example assumes basic familiarity with Arduino sketches, and that your Yún is connected
20  to the Internet.
21
22  Want to use another social API with your Arduino Yún? We've got Facebook,
23  Google+, Instagram, Tumblr and more in our Library!
24 
25  This example code is in the public domain.
26*/
27
28#include <Bridge.h>
29#include <Temboo.h>
30#include "TembooAccount.h" // contains Temboo account information
31                           // as described in the footer comment below
32
33
34/*** SUBSTITUTE YOUR VALUES BELOW: ***/
35
36// Note that for additional security and reusability, you could
37// use #define statements to specify these values in a .h file.
38const String TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN = "your-twitter-access-token";
39const String TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET = "your-twitter-access-token-secret";
40const String TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY = "your-twitter-consumer-key";
41const String TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET = "your-twitter-consumer-secret";
42
43int numRuns = 1;   // execution count, so this sketch doesn't run forever
44int maxRuns = 3;  // the max number of times the Twitter Update Choreo should run
45
46void setup() {
47  Serial.begin(9600);
48
49  // for debugging, wait until a serial console is connected
50  delay(4000);
51  while(!Serial);
52
53  Bridge.begin();
54}
55
56void loop()
57{
58  // only try to send the tweet if we haven't already sent it successfully
59  if (numRuns <= maxRuns) {
60
61    Serial.println("Running SendATweet - Run #" + String(numRuns++) + "...");
62 
63    // define the text of the tweet we want to send
64    String tweetText("My Arduino Yun has been running for " + String(millis()) + " milliseconds.");
65
66   
67    TembooChoreo StatusesUpdateChoreo;
68
69    // invoke the Temboo client
70    // NOTE that the client must be reinvoked, and repopulated with
71    // appropriate arguments, each time its run() method is called.
72    StatusesUpdateChoreo.begin();
73   
74    // set Temboo account credentials
75    StatusesUpdateChoreo.setAccountName(TEMBOO_ACCOUNT);
76    StatusesUpdateChoreo.setAppKeyName(TEMBOO_APP_KEY_NAME);
77    StatusesUpdateChoreo.setAppKey(TEMBOO_APP_KEY);
78
79    // identify the Temboo Library choreo to run (Twitter > Tweets > StatusesUpdate)
80    StatusesUpdateChoreo.setChoreo("/Library/Twitter/Tweets/StatusesUpdate");
81
82    // set the required choreo inputs
83    // see https://www.temboo.com/library/Library/Twitter/Tweets/StatusesUpdate/
84    // for complete details about the inputs for this Choreo
85 
86    // add the Twitter account information
87    StatusesUpdateChoreo.addInput("AccessToken", TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN);
88    StatusesUpdateChoreo.addInput("AccessTokenSecret", TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET);
89    StatusesUpdateChoreo.addInput("ConsumerKey", TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY);   
90    StatusesUpdateChoreo.addInput("ConsumerSecret", TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET);
91
92    // and the tweet we want to send
93    StatusesUpdateChoreo.addInput("StatusUpdate", tweetText);
94
95    // tell the Process to run and wait for the results. The
96    // return code (returnCode) will tell us whether the Temboo client
97    // was able to send our request to the Temboo servers
98    unsigned int returnCode = StatusesUpdateChoreo.run();
99
100    // a return code of zero (0) means everything worked
101    if (returnCode == 0) {
102        Serial.println("Success! Tweet sent!");
103    } else {
104      // a non-zero return code means there was an error
105      // read and print the error message
106      while (StatusesUpdateChoreo.available()) {
107        char c = StatusesUpdateChoreo.read();
108        Serial.print(c);
109      }
110    }
111    StatusesUpdateChoreo.close();
112
113    // do nothing for the next 90 seconds
114    Serial.println("Waiting...");
115    delay(90000);
116  }
117}
118
119/*
120  IMPORTANT NOTE: TembooAccount.h:
121
122  TembooAccount.h is a file referenced by this sketch that contains your Temboo account information.
123  You'll need to edit the placeholder version of TembooAccount.h included with this example sketch,
124  by inserting your own Temboo account name and app key information. The contents of the file should
125  look like:
126
127  #define TEMBOO_ACCOUNT "myTembooAccountName"  // your Temboo account name
128  #define TEMBOO_APP_KEY_NAME "myFirstApp"  // your Temboo app key name
129  #define TEMBOO_APP_KEY  "xxx-xxx-xxx-xx-xxx"  // your Temboo app key
130
131  You can find your Temboo App Key information on the Temboo website,
132  under My Account > Application Keys
133
134  The same TembooAccount.h file settings can be used for all Temboo SDK sketches.
135
136  Keeping your account information in a separate file means you can share the main .ino file without worrying
137  that you forgot to delete your credentials.
138*/
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