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React.js Essentials by Artemij Fedosejev

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Filtering data with Snapkite Engine

The amount of tweets that you'll receive via the Twitter Streaming API is more than you can ever consume, so we need to find a way to filter that stream of data into a meaningful set of tweets that we can display and interact with. I recommend that you take a quick look at the Twitter Streaming API documentation at https://dev.twitter.com/streaming, and in particular, take a look at this page that describes the way you can filter an incoming stream at https://dev.twitter.com/streaming/reference/post/statuses/filter. You'll notice that Twitter provides very few filters that we can apply, so we need to find a way to filter that stream of data even further.

Luckily, there is a Node.js application just for this. ...

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